With the finalists now known for both the 2015 Ulster Football and Hurling Championship Finals, view full ticketing information for both events.
120 young Gaelic players from across Ulster this evening graduated from the 2015 3fivetwo Group Ulster GAA Player Academy, with high hopes of making a name for themselves playing for their county in years to come.
Ulster GAA are delighted to support the Ulster Farmers Union during Farm Safety week and beyond. Farm Safety Week 2015 brings five days of themed practical advice and guidance for farmers to drive up health and safety standards on farms.
Roe Valley Cúchulainns continued their preparations for the upcoming All British Championships with a recent trip to Dublin on Wednesday 1st July.
The 3fivetwo Group Ulster GAA Player Academy 2015 has been officially launched by 3fivetwo Group Development Director Mark Regan at the Ulster University, Jordanstown.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Donegal’s 2 point victory over Derry in the Ulster Senior Football Championship semi final on Saturday 27th June.
Ulster GAA’s Wheelchair Hurling team began their first competitive blitz of the season by hosting the All-Ireland Provincial League Blitz (Round 1) in Colaiste Oiriall, Monaghan on Saturday 27th June.
Down will face Antrim in the 2015 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship Final, following a 5 point victory over Derry at Owenbeg this afternoon.
Donegal are through to a fifth Ulster final appearance in a row after emerging with a hard-fought win over Derry at Clones on Saturday evening.