The 2017 Ulster Inter Firms GAA Football Competition is now open for team registration.
Yearly Archives: 2017
Sport NI have recently opened Phase 3 of the Defibrillators for Sport application. GAA Clubs are eligible to apply for a defibrillator, whether or not they already have one in place, and are encouraged to do so if they have a defibrillator manufactured before 2005.
Tyrone ran out deserving winners with a result of 1-09 to 1-06 to claim the Buncrana Cup for the first time since 2011.
Ulster GAA in partnership with the Irish FA Foundation brought a group of young GAA volunteers to get the full volunteering experience at the UEFA Womens U19 Championships at the National Soccer Stadium at Windsor Park, Belfast on Tuesday 8th August.
Cavan and Derry are through to the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championship Semi Finals after their respective wins in the quarter finals at the weekend.
The joint sports partnership of Ulster GAA, Ulster Rugby and the Irish FA Foundation are hosting a Multi-Sport Volunteering Forum ‘Stay in the Game – Promoting lifelong wellbeing through sport’ on Thursday 31st August 2017 from 6:30pm-9pm in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh GAA.
Peter Harte’s early goal set Tyrone on their way to a surprisingly comfortable All-Ireland senior football championship quarter-final win at Croke Park.
Supporter travelling to tomorrow’s All Ireland Quarter Final games at Croke Park are urged to exercise caution on the roads over a busy Bank Holiday weekend.
The 2017 Subway Ulster GAA U16 Player Academy Camp took place recently in the High-Performance facilities of the University of Ulster, Jordanstown.
A team of the best U-16 football players from across the Province, selected after the Ulster Elite Camp in July, played a team from Dublin at the Athletic Grounds on Tuesday August 1st.
As well as Tyrone Senior and Derry Minor footballers, there was another big winner in the Clones sunshine at the Ulster Football Championships Finals recently.
Three Ulster Counties head to Croke Park this Saturday August 5th for All Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter finals.
Ulster GAA in conjunction with National Hurling Development Manager Martin Fogarty, ran a Provincial Hurling Coaching Workshop in the Tyrone GAA Centre, Garvaghey on Saturday 22nd July.
Tyrone unleashed their superior firepower on Down in the second half to comfortably retain their Ulster SFC title at Clones.
Derry claimed their second Ulster Minor Football title in three years after defeating Cavan by four points at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones.