It’s a long time since Billy Jean King beat Bobby Riggs, and proved that a woman could beat a man at tennis. This is the first Commonwealth Games in which the same number of gold medals are up for grabs for women and men. New professional women’s competitions in Rugby Union Sevens, Australian Rules Football, Twenty-Twenty Cricket and more have been established and are thriving. So what’s next on the sports agenda for women? Join Dr Louise Martin CBE President of the Commonwealth Games Federation and leading sports women including from the Queensland Firebirds Caitlyn Nevins and Australian and Brisbane Heat and Queensland Fast Bowler Holly Ferling, Brisbane Lions player Sabrina Frederick- Traub, facilitated by Deputy Chair of the Brisbane Lions Sarah Kelly.