After a fantastic year for Ulster Camogie in 2014 all county delegates joined the Ulster Camogie Executive and special guests at the Ulster Camogie Convention. Ulster camogie were delighted to welcome Sport NI representative Gillian Gilliland, Ard Stiúrthóir Joan O’Flynn and Uachtaráin Tofa Catherine Neary to Cardinal Tómas O Fiaich Memeorial Library. With a large […]
Following months of planning Féile na nGael finally descended on Ulster over the weekend of 20th to 22nd June.
The draw to match the visiting clubs with their hosts for the 2014 Feile na nGael has been completed.
Ulster Camogie Council launched their Strategic Plan for 2013-2017, Buille go Bua, in the company of guests from The Camogie Association, Ulster GAA and Sport NI.
After six weeks of training, the Victoria College Year 8 camógs finally had their first competitive outing at a blitz hosted by the University of Ulster at Jordanstown.
NWP Recycling Ulster Senior Club Championship Final: Eoghan Rua Coleraine 4-10 O’Donovan Rossa Belfast 0-3 Ulster’s two leading clubs over the past five years clashed in the NWP Recycling Ulster Senior Club Championship Final in Owenbeg as Eoghan Rua of Coleraine produced a fantastic display to over power Antrim kingpins O’Donovan Rossa. From the off […]
The 2013 AIB Ulster Club, NWP Recycling Ulster Camogie and Tesco Homegrown Ulster Ladies Club Championships were launched last night at the Athletic Grounds Armagh.
The NWP Recycling Ulster Camogie Club Championships are underway after Loughgiel Shamrocks, Clontibret and Dungannon all recorded victories in the Bridie McMenamin Shield Quarter Finals at the weekend. Last weekend Loughgiel defeated Down Junior champions Castlewellan 2-9 to 0-11 to set up a Semi-Final against Armagh side Derrymacash. Dungannon defeated Castletara on a scoreline of […]
Ulster GAA have recently released details of their upcoming Youth Camps which will take place around the province in the coming weeks.
Ulster teams had a particularly successful weekend at the Féile na nGael with a total of six teams playing in Finals.
76 clubs from across the Province competed in the 13th year of O’Neills Feile Uladh at the weekend.
The O’Neill’s Ulster Poc Fada 2013 will take place at 7.30pm on Friday 21st June at Divis Mountain, just outside Belfast.
On Sunday 5th May the NWP Recycling Ulster Camogie Championships begin with reigning Junior champions Cavan hosting Monaghan.