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            Women in Sport

            2017 was a game changer for women’s sport in Australia; the year it went big. One year on, we can now look back and assess the pathway to the development of dedicated and flourishing women’s sports leagues and celebrate their success.

            22 November 2018 18:00
            22 November 2018 21:00

            DWF Australia
            Lv 18, 363 George Street
            SYDNEY NSW 2000

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            Join us in our Sydney office for a discussion on how we can apply the learnings from recent successes in women’s sport in Australia, explore the new opportunities for stakeholders, and consider how to make women’s sport even bigger and better in 2019 and for the next generation of athletes and fans.

            All attendees will hear from leading women in sport as they share their insights and ideas.

            Attendees familiar with women’s sport will leave with a greater understanding of the recent development in relation to leagues and the commercial opportunities available.

            Attendees who are perhaps not so familiar with women’s sport will also gain an understanding of the pathways to recent developments.

            The event commences from 6pm for a 6.30pm start to the panel discussion.

            1. A look back at the path travelled by Women’s sport;

            2. A review of the successes of 2018; and

            3. What we need in place for 2019 and beyond to make women’s sport even bigger and better.

            Mary Konstanopoulos - Corporate lawyer and founder, ‘Ladies Who League’

            Eleni North - General Counsel & Company Secretary, National Rugby League

            Mollie Gray - Ex-Rugby Australia ‘Wallaroo’

            Shannon Bryne - Journalist, ABC Grandstand, ‘This Sporting Wife’ podcast

            Georgina Robinson - Journalist, The Sydney Morning Herald

            Panel discussion on the path travelled by Women’s sport; a review of the successes of 2018, and shared insights and ideas on what we need in place for 2019 and beyond to make women’s sport even bigger and better.

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