The WNT are set to play their second World Cup qualifier of the international window tonight at 7pm in Tallaght Stadium
Her Sport is a digital media platform giving young girls and women a voice in sport. We aim to empower women in sport at all levels by increasing visibility and highlighting the disparity in sport. We are committed to levelling the playing field for girls and women in sport, by increasing opportunity, support and coverage.
With plans and programmes turned upside down, Her Sport wants to give Transition Year students the opportunity to get involved in making a difference, to become part of a legacy and to make real change for women in sport.
Her Sport have designed an exciting national Transition Year initiative for Transition Year students to participate in a campaign to get real commitment and create change for women in sport, as well as developing valuable life skills. The programme gives students the opportunity to get involved in the following:
Journalism & Video:
While females are currently under-represented in sports journalism, there are growing opportunities for more women to be involved. Get creative and develop your journalistic and/or videography skills by showcasing a female sports star or displaying what sport means to you. The top submissions will feature on the Her Sport platforms! Find out more and how you can enter in the information pack below!
Health & Nutrition for Sport
Advance your understanding of the importance of diet and nutrition by creating a meal plan for an athlete of your choice. Cook one of these meals and have it featured on Her Sport! Find out more and how you can enter in the information pack below!
The Commitment Challenge
Become part of the legacy, as we create real commitment across Ireland. Each ‘commitment’ you secure is step forward for women’s sport as we increase the visibility and create a cultural shift. Find out more and how you can enter in the information pack below!
By Joining The Legacy:
– We increase the visibility of women in sport
– We provide young girls and boys with role models they can aspire to be like.
– We create a cultural shift in the perception of girls and women in sport.
– We tackle issues which attribute to the drop in participation of girls and women in sport.
– We create parity in the coverage of men and women in sport.
– We empower women in sport.
This programme is open to Transition Year Groups or individuals in Transition Year. You don’t need to sign up – just send us your submissions when they are ready!
Start: 29th March 2021
End: 19th May 2021
DOWNLOAD THE INFORMATION PACKS BELOW:
Twice as many girls drop out of sport by the age 14 as boys.
Just 6% of media coverage is given to women in sport.
3 IN 5
60% of Irish people want more visibility of women in sport.
The Ireland Men’s and Women’s Sevens squads have been named for the opening round of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022 in Dubai this weekend.
Having successfully tested a 600 bhp McLaren GT3 car at Silverstone just a few weeks ago, Nicole Drought moves to the other end of the spectrum this weekend as she makes her rally debut at the Killarney Historic Rally at the wheel of a Mini Cooper S.
Sunday’s EVOKE.ie FAI Women’s Cup Final saw 3,053 fans come through the gates of Tallaght Stadium to see Wexford Youths claim victory over Shelbourne on a scoreline of 3-1.
There will be prizes awarded for the Commitment Challenge to the…
National Teams Champion
Individual Champions (1st, 2nd & 3rd)
Random Spot Prizes
AND THERE WILL BE EVEN MORE PRIZES TO BE ANNOUNCED!
commitment challenge - leaderboard
1. Sofía Herranz Harmen
25 Points (Winner)
2. Anna Farrell
3. Claire O’Mahony
End Date: 19th May