Ulster GAA wheelchair hurlers retained the All-Ireland inter-provincial title in convincing fashion after a successful day in Boyle, Co Roscommon over the weekend where they won all three of their games.
Monthly Archives: August 2016
Ulster GAA now has a vacancy for the position of Provincial Secretary/Chief Executive Officer. Interested applicants should contact Gill Fairley on firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack. Closing date for completed applications is 5pm Friday 9th September 2016.
Casement Park’s proposed redevelopment has received overwhelmingly support according to findings from the first stage of the community consultation. Since its launch in April almost 2,000 people have participated across a range of events and forums with 91% of respondents in favour of the project.
Check out video highlights from the 2016 Buncrana Cup Final between Derry and Monaghan…
A select group of footballers and hurlers from across Ulster got the opportunity to play and tour Croke Park as part of the Ulster GAA Go Games initiative.
Ulster GAA, in conjunction with the Irish FA and IRFU-Ulster Branch, are hosting a Volunteering Seminar to look at ways in which clubs can better recruit, use and retain volunteers.
The finals of the U-16 Inter-County Buncrana Cup took place in Donegal on Saturday August 13th.
Ulster GAA Chief Executive and Provincial Secretary Danny Murphy has today announced his decision to retire on 1st February 2017 after sixteen years as the head of the GAA in Ulster.
Following on from the Ulster Elite Camp in July, a team of the best U-16 football players in the Province took on a team from Dublin on Tuesday August 2 at Pairc Esler Stadium in Newry.
Ulster GAA would like to invite Club representatives to attend one of the consultation events taking place over the next week on a Partnership funding application for European Peace IV money.
Moortown St Malachy’s event helps to deliver road safety message to all road users.