Joanne Cantwell Announced as MC for the National Inclusion Award Ceremony
Leading Irish sports broadcaster Joanne Cantwell of RTÉ Sport, was today announced as the MC for the upcoming National Inclusion Award ceremony, which takes place on the 28th of November next at the Castleknock Hotel Dublin.
Joanne is a Radio and TV Sports Broadcaster with RTÉ. She has worked on The Sunday Game for the past eleven years and will anchor the show from 2019. Joanne also presents Saturday Sport with Des Cahill on RTÉ Radio One each weekend. She has been a Sports Journalist for nearly twenty years and works across a variety of sports. Speaking about the awards she said “ It’s a privilege to MC this prestigious event recognising organisations and individuals across the sport and physical activity sector who are contributing to enhancing participation opportunities for people with disabilities”.
The National Inclusion Awards are organised and hosted by Cara annually and highlight the excellent work of many people and organisations who enhance participation opportunities for people with disabilities in Sport and Physical Activity.
Speaking about the announcement, Niamh Daffy MD of Cara “We are delighted to have Joanne on board for the National Inclusion Awards, Joanne has been a long time Patron and supporter of the work that Cara undertakes to enhance sport and physical activity opportunities for people with disabilities”
For more information on the Awards, please visit caracentre.ie/event/national-inclusion-awards/2018-11-28”