Ulster GAA went back to basics with their CDP Programme which ran from November 2016 to March 2017. Find out more about the full range of programmes delivered here…
Ulster GAA has teamed up with Irwin’s Bakery to create coaching camps for kids across the province.
The finals of the U-16 Inter-County Buncrana Cup took place in Donegal on Saturday August 13th.
To compliment the coaching qualification pathway, Ulster GAA in conjunction with Ulster Ladies Gaelic are delighted to announce the launch of the new Ulster GAA Coach Academy.
On Saturday 6th February Ulster GAA, with the support of O’Neill’s International Sportswear, hosted our 12th annual Coaching and Games Development Conference in the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown.
The 2016 O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching Conference will take place on Saturday 6th February and will fetaure a range of high profile guests.
The O’Neill’s Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference will take place on Saturday 6th February 2016 in the Glenavon House Hotel, Cookstown, with the theme of this year’s conference being ‘Growing and Developing Hurling in Ulster’.
The Activate GAA Warm-Up resource, an innovative warm-up programme designed to enhance performance and reduce injury, is proving very popular among coaches as indicated by the data from the programme’s website.
St Patrick’s PS in Derrygonnelly love exercising their brains as well as their bodies. Ulster GAA’s Owen Mooney and Primary 3 teacher and school principal, Mrs Eileen Glynn, recently facilitated an ‘Active Maths’ cross curricular lesson. The theme was on scoring and recording data. All the children were put into 4 groups of 5 and […]
The 3fivetwo Group Ulster GAA Player Academy 2015 has been officially launched by 3fivetwo Group Development Director Mark Regan at the Ulster University, Jordanstown.
On Friday 5th June the Down based DENI coaches of Ulster GAA held a ‘Game of 3 Halves’ event in Pairc Esler, Newry.
To complement the coaching qualification pathway, the Ulster GAA Coach Academy, will provide a number of short workshops/courses to further develop coaching expertise over a period of 12 months.
We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete a survey aimed at improving our understanding of how the Activate GAA warm-up has influenced your practice.
The 11th O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching Conference took place in the Glenavon House Hotel Cookstown on Saturday 21st February, with over 320 delegates traveling from all over Ireland and abroad to attend the event.
Delegates can now book their places online for the 2015 O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference, which will take place on Saturday 21st February in the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown.