Partner in the press: Kim Boreham helps promote women’s rugby in Hong Kong

Sep292016

Tanner De Witt Partner Kim Boreham helps to promote women’s rugby in Hong Kong in her position as Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) director of women’s rugby as published in the South China Morning Post.

Excerpt from SCMP article:

The Hong Kong Women’s Premiership is looking to use its first stand alone corporate partnership – a three-year deal with KPMG – to increase the profile of the women’s game in Hong Kong.

As a result of the partnership announced this week, coaches will have access to the company’s state-of-the-art Insights Centre for post-match reviews and there will be opportunities for players through an internship programme.

Having a partner of the calibre of KPMG is a huge boost for the profile of women’s rugby in Hong Kong,” Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) director of women’s rugby Kim Boreham said.

It is the first time that the women’s rugby league has actually had its own corporate partnership and that is a testament to the strength and increasing profile of women’s rugby in Hong Kong.

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