Disability groups from across the province displayed their impressive football skills at half time games throughout the 2016 Ulster Championship.
Monthly Archives: July 2016
Antrim won their eight Ulster U21 hurling title in a row on Wednesday evening in Loughgiel, beating Derry with a full-time result of 0-16 to 1-09.
Bhí an 28ú Cúrsa Cuimhneacháin Shéamuis de Faoite ar siúl sna Dúnaibh ón 18ú go dtí an 22 Iúil. Tá an chúrsa urraithe ag Comhairle Uladh den CLG agus i mbliana bhí an slua is mó ar feadh tamaill le 125 cláraithe.
As they progress to the All-Ireland series both Donegal and USFC 2016 winners Tyrone will be keen to learn from their performance in this year’s Ulster Senior Football Championship Final.
Magherafelt Cúchulainns, made up from pupils from Rainey Endowed School, and St Marys Grammar; travelled to London to represent Ulster GAA at the All Britain Competitions.
Tyrone Seniors and Donegal Minors were not the only winners to come away from the Clones sunshine on Ulster Football Championships Finals Day last Sunday.
Patrons at the 2016 Ulster Final got the opportunity to pay tribute to Ulster Final Champions from yesteryear at a sun-soaked St Tiernach’s Park on Sunday 17 July.
Tyrone staged an unlikely comeback with three spectacular injury-time points to capture a 14th Ulster SFC title amidst dramatic scenes at Clones.
Supporters travelling to Clones for the Ulster Final are asked to take note of the following important information…
Antrim hurlers finished off a bad year on a positive note with a 15th Ulster successive senior hurling title after a provincial final that was more competitive than had been expected.
Full coverage of the 2016 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship Final between Armagh and Antrim is now available to view on the Ulster GAA Youtube channel.
The Department for Communities (DfC) NI Small Grants Programme for 2016/2017 is now open.
The Ulster University at Jordanstown played host to 98 young Gaelic players from across Ulster who attended this year’s Ulster GAA Players’ Academy, with high hopes of making a name for themselves playing for their county in years to come.
Ulster GAA’s commitment to promoting Irish language, culture and heritage has been reaffirmed by the announcement of the ‘Gaeilge sa Chlub’ scholarship scheme for 2016-17.
The media launch of the Ulster Championship Hurling Finals took place on Tuesday morning in Belfast.