On behalf of Ulster GAA, President Martin McAviney has expressed his good wishes to Gaels across Ulster for the Festive Period.
Yearly Archives: 2014
Queen’s University Hurling Club have established an invitational pre University Championship / County National League tournament to be played throughout the month of January at the playing fields at Upper Malone (The Dub).
Tom Daly, Chairman of the Casement Park Project Board, has released a statement following the Casement Park planning permission judgment.
Ulster GAA is delighted to announce the awarding of €30,000 in bursaries to students in higher education.
A star-studded gala event under the bright lights of Belfast city centre awaits those players from across the province who earn the 2014 Gaelic Life Ulster Club All Star Awards.
All over the world GAA clubs help to keep people healthy and happy. But we can always do more. In light of the new requirement for clubs to appoint a Health and Wellbeing Officer and as we approach another festive period we thought we’d inspire you to look after your health and wellbeing. Here’s how […]
Ulster GAA have today released the fixtures and venues for the 2015 Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup.
The 2014 Ulster Referees Awards night took place on Wednesday 3rd December in the Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan.
The GAA became the country’s first sporting organisation to launch a national anti-bullying campaign with the unveiling of the GAA Tackling Bullying Programme in March 2013. The GAA Tackling Bullying Programme is a resource developed and launched by the GAA for assistance at club level in dealing with incidents of Bullying. Our Games – Our […]
Slaughtneil have been crowned Ulster Club Football champions for the first time in their history, following a one point victory over Omagh St Enda’s in the Athletic Grounds.
Applications are now open for club’s wishing to enter the 2015 Ulster Club Football League.
Ulster GAA and the Irish FA have been awarded the Coaching Intervention of the Year award for the Curriculum Sports Programme at the 2014 UK Coaching Awards.
The details have been confirmed for the AIB Ulster Club Football Championship Finals.
Omagh and Slaughtneil will contest the AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Final, following victories over St Eunan’s and Clontibret respectively.
Ulster GAA is supporting this year’s Anti-Bullying Week, which will take place from Monday 17 to Sunday 23 November.