Slaughtneil made it back to back AIB Ulster Hurling Senior Club Championships yesterday with a 12 point victory over Down champions Ballygalget at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh.
The U18 South Hurling League Finals ran very successfully at the weekend
Congratulations to all the participants in the final round of the GAA M. Donnelly Interprovincial Wheelchair Hurling League which took place in Dungiven Sports Centre yesterday, Saturday 9th September.
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.
Five Ulster counties are through to the Celtic Challenge Finals which take place on Saturday June 24th at Netwatch Dr. Cullen Park in Carlow.
Down have made it through to the semi final of the Corn William Robinson, Division 3 of the Celtic Challenge, after a thrilling encounter against Cork City on Saturday June 10th.
A who’s who of hurling expertise and knowledge has been assembled for an innovative series of coaching workshops taking place in each Province, with the Ulster leg of the event taking place on July 22nd at the Tyrone GAA Centre, Garvaghey
The 2017 Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cups got underway with three games in each competition on Saturday.
The official launch of the 2017 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship and Shield took place last night at the Balmoral Hotel, Belfast.
Ulster Hurling Development Manager Jimmy Darragh feels that the Celtic Challenge tournament will be a huge boost for counties in the province as it grows over the coming years.
The Celtic Challenge gets underway in Ulster this weekend when six counties from across the Province meet in Group H of the competition.
Dúiche Néill, An Bhinn Borb is a newly-formed Hurling club based in Benburb in the Blackwater valley.
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 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.
Antrim won their eight Ulster U21 hurling title in a row on Wednesday evening in Loughgiel, beating Derry with a full-time result of 0-16 to 1-09.