Sean Walsh, Chairman of the National Referees Administration Committee attended a meeting of the Ulster Referees Committee on Monday 27 June at the Garvaghey Centre.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Monaghan held marginal advantages across a range of statistics, however, Donegal were the more productive with their possessions, for no other reason than they managed to register a major score in the second half.
Donegal are the first Ulster Senior Hurling Shield champions following their eight point win over Monaghan in Brewster Park, Enniskillen on Sunday 26 June.
The National Pitch Maintenance Work Group will hold a Provincial Education Day for all clubs at the Garvaghey Centre in Co. Tyrone on Saturday 2nd July.
After a breathless 76 minutes, Conor McManus nailed a late late free to keep alive Monaghan’s hopes of winning back-to-back Ulster SFC titles.
Former Monaghan player JP Mone gives his thoughts ahead of the Donegal v Monaghan Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-final.
THE failure of two teams to field created the clear cut nature of this weekend’s Ulster Senior Hurling Shield final between familiar foes Donegal and Monaghan.
Despite Cavan’s inferior statistics across many key areas they managed to draw the match due to their superior productivity – they produced a greater impact on the score board with every possession compared to Tyrone.
Following a heavy downpour of rain a small band of hurlers took to the hills just outside Omagh on Tuesday evening where they competed for the Ulster title for the longest puck of a sliotar.
Woodlands Playing Fields in west Belfast have underwent a significant refurbishment thanks to a partnership between Belfast City Council and the GAA.
The 2016 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals took place on Sunday at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh.
An injury-time goal from David Givney salvaged a draw for Cavan in a thrilling Ulster SFC semi-final against Tyrone at Clones.
The draws for round 2A of the All Ireland football qualifiers took place this morning.
As part of the GAA’s 1916 commemorations, Ulster GAA President Michael Hasson recently attended the All- Britain Junior Shield between Hertfordshire & Yorkshire in Frongoch, Wales. The former internment camp of Frongoch once housed 1800 Irishmen who were interred after the Easter Rising. The internees arranged matches between their respective counties on a field that […]
Five-time Ulster Senior Championship winner Stephen O’Neill gives his preview of this Sunday’s upcoming semi-final clash between Tyrone and Cavan.