Tyrone have advanced to the Ulster intermediate final after defeating Fermanagh by five points.
Gaelic 4 Girls 2016 was launched in Ulster on Thursday 25 February in St. Joseph’s College Coalisland. G4G is a 12 week programme incorporating coaching sessions with fun non-competitive blitzes aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic Football. The programme targets girls aged between 8-12 years who are not currently registered with a Ladies Gaelic […]
Ulster Ladies Gaelic have announced the 2016 GAAStore PPS Ulster Schools All Star Team. This year we had 110 nominations for our All Star Trials and following Round One 60 girls were invited back for a second trial which took place on Wednesday 18 November. We were treated to some fantastic football, in terrible conditions, […]
There was Ulster Ladies Championship success for Donegal and Monaghan in St Tiernachs Park Clones on Sunday 26th July.
The TG4 Ulster Ladies Senior Football Championship got underway on the 20th June with a quarter final double header at Brewster Park, Enniskillen. First up was the meeting of Tyrone and Cavan and as expected these two served up a tight affair. Cavan had the better of the first half and led at the break […]
Ulster ladies have retained the inter-provincial title after a long tough day in Kinnegad.
It’s that time of year again when clubs from around the province apply to be part of the National Ladies Gaelic programme Gaelic4Girls. With the programme proving to be extremely successful for the clubs who have participated in recent years, the demand for places on this year’s programme shows how much clubs want to be […]
The Ulster Ladies U20 took part in the Inter-Provincial Post Primary Schools Tournament in Coralstown/Kinnegad on Saturday 24th January. Ulster played Leinster in their first game which was a high scoring encounter that saw the two sides share 9 goals between them with Ulster coming out on top on a scoreline of 6-01 to 3-04. […]
Ulster Ladies GAA have been working with several clubs assisting them with their club development. The needs of each club are different as we all know and some clubs have requested help with coaching structures, while other have wanted to improve their volunteer base. Ladies Football Development Officer Owen Mooney has been working with Clan […]
A party of U14 girls from St Paul’s Academy and St Thomas More School in London have just completed a three day Gaelic Football Tour to Ireland. This was the first Tour to Ireland for the girls. An extensive programme of activities was arranged for the tour including visits to the Giant’s Causeway, UUJ, Derry’s […]
Cavan Gaels LGFA held their Gaelic4Girls certificate presentations on Saturday 14th June. The day included a Gaelic4Girls Blitz and a boys blitz with Cavan Gaels, Mullahoran, Lacken & Cornafean taking part. There was also a Boys Blitz with players from the same clubs involved. There was also a cake sale, face painting and lots of […]
Ulster claimed their third consecutive Mick Talbot title (equivalent to the Railway Cup) when they defeated Connacht by a single point at Kinnegad recently. Before the final it was a day of drama with the Ulster girls playing their part. Round Robin Stages Paula Cunningham and Gary Mallon took charge of the side for the […]
Ulster Ladies Gaelic feel that it is important to pay tribute to one of the great characters of Ladies Gaelic Football in Ulster who is sadly no longer with us – Pauline Devlin. Pauline was a PE, maths and computer teacher in St. Louis Covent, Monaghan. A vibrant, mischievous and larger than life character, Pauline […]
The 2012 and 2013 TG4 Ladies Football All Star selections travelled from Dublin Airport to Hong Kong for the TG4 All Star Tour on Tuesday, March 11th. The touring group which were based at the Grand Hyatt Hotel for the 9 day tour featured twelve players from Ulster. As well as playing the annual All […]
Armagh’s Gerry Doherty is to run for the post of National President at the Ladies Annual Congress which will be held in Wexford on the weekend of 7th, 8th and 9th March. The Mullaghbawn native is ideally placed for the position due to his experience and knowledge of the ladies game. Gerry was Ulster President […]