Yearly Archives: 2013

Ulster GAA promotes Interface Games

August 2nd, 2013

The Belfast Interface Games (BIG); a series of cross-community multi-sport camps for children aged 9–13 years from North, South, East and West Belfast will take place during July and August.

‘Have a Go’ at Gaelic Games at the WPFG

August 2nd, 2013

Ulster GAA, along with the I.F.A and I.R.F.U. Ulster Branch offered members of the public a chance to try their sports, as part of the festivities at the opening ceremony of the World Police and Fire Games.

WPFG One Wall Handball

August 1st, 2013

The first Handball event of the World Police and Fire games started on Wednesday with the 1 wall competition being

Club Coaching Structures

August 1st, 2013

On Monday 29 July 2013, two clubs in the Lurgan area (St Pauls and Clan na Gael) have joined together

Antrim U21s make it 5 in a row

July 25th, 2013

Antrim secured their fifth successive Ulster Under-21 Hurling Championship by hammering Derry by 6-22 to 0-6 in Wednesday’s final at Casement Park

GAA Supporters celebrated at Clones

July 23rd, 2013

It wasn’t just Monaghan who were the big winners at Sunday’s Ulster Finals in Clones, a number of lucky Gaels won spot prizes on the day

Monaghan claim Minor title in Thrilling Final

July 22nd, 2013

On the same day their seniors ended a 25-year wait for the Ulster title, the Monaghan minors ended a 68-year wait for the minor crown with a dramatic victory over Tyrone in Clones

Golden Ticket Prizes in Ulster Final Programmes

July 19th, 2013

Three lucky spectators at Sunday’s Ulster Football Championship Final will walk away from Clones with an exclusive short break, compliments of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board