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Overwhelming majority vote to merge GPA and women's association
The bodies representing GAA players had been separate entities.
'We should ask the question if there’s more that can be done' - calls for travel expenses for ladies players
Dublin captain Sinéad Aherne has further highlighted the issue, which has become more of a concern for inter-county ladies footballers and camogie players through the pandemic.
'You might get asked 'what do you not like about your appearance?' It is completely irrelevant'
Dublin ladies star Sinéad Aherne talks about some of the stupid questions she has been asked as an athlete.
'All the blocks that have been put in place now need to be built upon' - New 20x20 documentary released
The video marks the final chapter of the campaign, which aims to create a cultural shift in our perception of girls and women in sport.
'I know it's 30 years too late but I was just like, 'I can't have it that this is what a seven-year-old thinks'
Jacqui Hurley’s book ‘Girls Play Too: Inspiring Stories of Irish Sportswomen’ has been a huge hit.
'You could never repay your parents. I'm just so grateful for them, I mean that from the bottom of my heart'
Sarah Rowe’s parents, Gráinne and Alan, have had a huge influence on the Mayo star’s glittering career so far.
'I've probably found this week the hardest' - coping with Tokyo Olympics postponement
Ireland hockey captain Katie Mullan talks to The42 on what would have been the opening week of the Tokyo Olympics.
From a US scholarship to inspiring the next generation and female coaches: Driving tennis in Ireland
Wicklow’s Gráinne O’Neill is the national co-ordinator for women in tennis.
'Mam's up the walls' - Camogie star to meet royal family before taking part in UK St Patrick's Day parade
Laura Twomey will be representing the 20×20 campaign under the event’s women in sport theme.
'They are like chalk and cheese, it's like good cop and bad cop' - new Dublin management
Sky Blues camogie star Laura Twomey on the new management duo, a new campaign and new rules.
'It made me realise that I really did miss it and really do appreciate it' - Dublin All-Star on Canadian adventure
Leah Caffrey is happy to be back in the Dublin fold after a year out.
Story of Ireland's trailblazing football star claims overall Investec 20x20 award
The42′s Eoin O’Callaghan retraced Anne O’Brien’s amazing career.
The42's Paul Dollery claims Investec 20x20 award for Football Family podcast with Rianna Jarrett
It’s the fifth monthly prize for The42 this year.
'The power, the strength. I had such admiration. An elite female athlete? I just hadn't seen it before'
Claire Scanlan on chasing professional football in the early 90s, the unheralded legends that came before her and settling down in Albany.
'We never went after the female tag at all, we actually went after the game'
A fascinating in-depth chat with Dublin three-in-a-row All-Ireland winning manager Mick Bohan.
'"She only got it because she was a woman" - the most disrespectful thing I've heard said'
Gender quotas was one of several topics discussed at today’s 20×20 Can/Can’t Debate.
'I just need the ball' - Lavished with praise and awards in the US, Denise O'Sullivan chases more
The Republic of Ireland international plays in her third successive NWSL final later tonight after another superb season.
The woman in the photograph: the mystery and tragedy of Mabel Cahill, a forgotten Irish star
The Kilkenny native won five US Open tennis championships – across multiple disciplines – in just two years. And then she vanished.
'Entertaining, passionate, doesn't pull any punches' - The42's Paul Fennessy claims 20x20 award
His in-depth feature with Ireland’s all-time female top goalscorer Olivia O’Toole has today been named July’s winner.
Dublin GAA sponsor AIG donates jersey takeover to 20x20 movement
Dublin teams are set to sport the 20×20 logo on the front of their jerseys this month.
The42 wins 20x20 award for Brendan Coffey's feature on Tipperary circuit driver
Interview with Nicole Drought wins the May award.
The42's Emma Duffy wins 20x20 award for excellence in journalism on Women in Sport
Interview with teenage soccer star Isibeal Atkinson wins April prize.
Retelling of Anne O'Brien's incredible story takes inaugural 20x20 award
Eoin O’Callaghan’s piece on The42 has been recognised with a new prize aimed at rewarding coverage of women in sport.
Why 2019 is the year to throw your support behind women's sports
“Sport isn’t a boys’ club. It’s for everyone.”
2018 in review - top 3 most memorable moments for Irish women in sport
In a year of highlights, we look at some of the top moments for Ireland’s women.
'Women's sport hasn't been visible enough to occupy that same spot in our hearts. It should, it can and it will'
One of the brains behind the 20×20 campaign, Sarah Colgan, sat down with The42 to delve deeper into the landmark campaign.
Katie McCabe's portrait and more tweets of the week
Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.
Why now, why not the top tier, what about Old Trafford? The story behind United's first pro women's team
‘The club don’t do anything by half measures,’ manager Casey Stoney explained at this week’s 20×20 launch.
'It's frustrating. There needs to be change' - Dublin camogie captain echoes team-mate's calls
Laura Twomey is one of the many, many camogie players across the country with similar strong opinions to Eve O’Brien.
'She’s more of a role model to me than I am to her. She's just incredible, everything she's going through'
Louise Quinn opened up about life as a role model and shared a truly touching story at the 20×20 launch.
‘We're sorry, but the GAA team actually don't want you to present the boys with the medals’
Rena Buckley was speaking at the launch of the 20×20 campaign, which aims to increase media coverage and involvement in female sport.