To raise awareness of the important role parents play in our clubs, Ulster GAA are encouraging all our constituent units to join us in supporting Parents in Sport Week, through our Save our Smiles Campaign which focuses on the role of the parents in helping young people reach their full potential.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
An educational field maintenance day will take place place in Garvaghey on Saturday 22 October.
As part of the ‘Sport – A Home for Life Long Volunteering’ Project, funded by Department for Communities, Ulster GAA, Ulster Rugby and the Irish FA are hosting Schools Roadshows over the next week in Belfast, Ballymena and Derry.
The draws for the Ulster U21 Championship 2017 took place last night.
The Ulster GAA Inter-firms Football Championship is now open for team registration.
Are you a GAA player aged 12 – 21 years old? Would you like to improve your performance as a player? Would you like to learn how to balance the demands of study and sport? Would you like to get inside the minds of some of the top Inter-County players in the country?
Get your club fit for free with Ulster GAA’s Gael Active initiative.
Applications are now being accepted for the Ulster GAA Student Bursary initiative 2016/2017.
Éire Óg Carrickmore claimed the Ulster Senior Hurling Táin Club League Division 1 title with a 3-14 to 0-14 win over Middletown in their final league game.
Ulster GAA, along with their colleagues in Ulster Rugby and the Irish FA, held a Volunteering Seminar ‘Strength in numbers; building strong teams off the field’ in the Wellington Park Hotel Belfast.
Killybegs of Donegal claimed the Óg Spórt U-15 Provincial title this year by defeating the Tyrone Champions Carrickmore by 0-7 to 0-5 in the final.
Teachers and care assistants from schools across Ulster came together recently to complete the Ulster GAA Disability inclusion workshop.