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FAIR GAME is a podcast with a firm focus on Irish sportswomen. Winner of 'Best Podcast Series' at the 2016 Web Awards, FAIR GAME has covered ground across many of the issues that impact women's sports in Ireland - from grassroots development to media coverage, from dealing with injury to sport as a sustainable career - and lots more in between. An open forum for discussion with Ireland's trailblazing athletes, journalists and leaders - almost 40 women have taken to the FAIR GAME hot-seat to date, including Annalise Murphy, Noelle Healy, Kellie Harrington, Nora Stapleton, Natalya Coyle and Jacqui Hurley.
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28: Fairgame #28 | Pride In Sport
3 days ago
It’s PRIDE. Cities across the world are draping themselves in the rainbow flag and LGBT+ communities are taking to the streets in celebration and protest, in acts of affirmation and demonstrations of the communities visibility. We’re joined by two sporting powerhouses to talk about PRIDE in SPORT…
Firstly, the stick wielding wonder-woman, Captain of the Pink Ladies, Dublin’s answer to Beth Porter; Rachel Barry. And in the other FAIRGAME hotseat is a woman whom we could introduce as a vital member of the Dublin Ladies Football panel who won an All Ireland in 2010 and scored two goals in the 2014 Final, the ex-captain of the Irish Women’s Basketball Team, who first donned the green jersey as a nipper when she played for the U-18’s Irish Women’s Football team. HOWEVER, she made the switch to the oval ball at the ripe old age of 35 when she joined the Irish Rugby XV’s squad as a FIERCE member of the front row, playing in two Six Nations campaigns and making her mark in the 2017 Women’s World Cup and winning 2017 Women’s Player of the Year; the one'n'only Lindsay Peat.Read more »