Cavan picked up a first win in the Ulster Championship since 2013 with a fully-merited eight-point victory over Armagh before 15,263 fans at Breffni Park.
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Uachtarán Cumann Luthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail attended an evening of reflection on the GAA and the 1916 Rising at the Garvaghey Centre in Tyrone on Thursday 26 May.
Statistical analysis from the Ulster 2016 quarter final between Derry and Tyrone at Celtic Park.
The election of Rasharkin club member Michael Hasson as President of Ulster GAA was celebrated recently at an event in St. Olcan’s Parish Centre.
Tyrone did all the damage in an awesome first-half with three goals before half time to dispatch 13-man Derry with the minimum of fuss at Celtic Park.
Match day information on car parking available at this Sunday’s Derry v Tyrone Ulster SFC Quarter Final at Celtic Park.
Throughout the Ulster Senior football championship 2016, Ulster GAA will be providing statistical analysis, supported by video clips analysing each game.
Ulster GAA Wheelchair Hurling initiative showcases that the GAA is for all.
Fermanagh coasted to a third championship victory over Antrim in two seasons in a low-key Ulster championship preliminary round tie in Brewster Park.
Michael Hasson, Uactarán Chomhairle Uladh CLG was in Downing on Friday 6th May to officially launch the Irish language course which is sponsored by the Ulster Council of the GAA.
The Ulster Health Committee combined their quarterly meeting with an orientation and update day for the Ulster “Healthy Clubs”at a recent event held at the Garvaghey Centre in Tyrone.
The Ulster Senior Football, Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie Championships were launched in Newry on Wednesday evening.