Ulster GAA has today announced the beginning of an extensive consultation process for the Casement Park Project.
Monthly Archives: April 2016
Ulster GAA hosted another successful Schools One Wall Handball competition for first and second year girls at St Joseph’s College in Coalisland on Friday April 22nd.
Tickets are now available to purchase for the opening rounds of the 2016 Ulster Senior Football Championship.
Tyrone and Donegal clashed in a tightly contested Ulster minor league final at Watty Grahams GAC Glen Co. Derry on Saturday April 23rd.
The finals of the Jim McGuigan Cup took place on Saturday at Maghera with Tyrone taking on Donegal.
Ulster GAA is currently revising its Strategic Plan from 2016-2020 and wants to hear what you think.
Strabane Sigersons Health and Wellbeing Committee have joined forces with other local groups to get behind this year’s Darkness into Light fundraiser.
St Dallan’s Primary School in Warrenpoint, combined with Cumann Pheadair Naofa, as part of the Club/School Link, hosted their annual GAA Health and Wellbeing Day for Primary 7 pupils on Friday April 15th 2016.
Training for Club Planners and Club Maith Facilitators will take place on Tuesday 10th May in the Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey from 7pm – 10pm.
Ulster GAA President Michael Hasson presented clubs who had participated in the first delivery of the Elevate Award with their certificates at the Tyrone GAA Centre in Garvaghey recently.
Relive the highlights from last week’s Ulster U21 Championship Final that saw Monaghan defeat reigning champs Tyrone at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh.
Check out the highlights from the 2016 Live to Play ‘Oscars’ held in the Tyrone GAA Centre, Garvaghey.
A strong second-half from Monaghan earned them a first EirGrid Ulster U21 FC title since 1999, dumping out defending provincial and All-Ireland champions Tyrone at the Athletic Grounds.
The 2016 All-Ireland Scór Sinsear Finals took place on Saturday April 2nd at the INEC venue in Killarney.