Ulster GAA will host an Engagement Forum to highlight its work to the wider civic community, targeting those working in voluntary and statutory organisations. The aim of the Forum is to raise awareness of the wide ranging work of the GAA Provincial Council, as well as exploring opportunities for working in partnership with organisations to deliver strategic goals and targets.
Translink and Ulster GAA have released the names of the nine coaches shortlisted in the Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year Awards. Members of the public are now being called upon to get behind the finalists and vote to decide who the overall winner will be.
Full round-up of results from a busy weekend of Ulster Club Football semi final action…
A late point from Cavan Gaels sub Darragh Sexton ensured his side and Derrygonnelly couldn’t be separated after extra time in this Ulster Club SFC at St Tiernach’s Park, Clones.
Ulster GAA in conjunction with The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), are calling on all units of the Association to take part in Anti-Bullying Week between 13th and 17th November 2017.
Holders Slaughtneil are through to their third Ulster final in four years, winning a cracking encounter with Kilcar at Omagh on Saturday evening.
A committed Clonoe O’Rahilly’s fan has become the first winner of Volunteer of the Year, a new category at the Sport NI Coaching, Officiating and Volunteering awards.
Setanta are the 2017 AIB Ulster Junior Club Hurling Champions after they defeated Na Magha of Derry 2-17 to 3-11 at MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey.
Ulster GAA expresses its sadness on the passing of esteemed former Uachtarán Comhairle Uladh, Brian McLernon.
Ulster GAA is delighted to announce its 35 Gaeilge Sa Chlub Scholars 2017/2018 from clubs across Ulster to study a Diploma in Irish Language delivered by Ulster University.
Full round-up of the weekend’s AIB Ulster Club Football Quarter Final action across the Province.
Slaughtneil’s quest for a third provincial title in four years continues after the Derry champions defeated Omagh by two points at Celtic Park.
For some families in desperate need, the fast-approaching festive season is something to dread rather than celebrate. Many households already have to choose between providing food or heat to family members and the added stress of ensuring there is ‘something to open on Christmas morning’ can become insurmountable.
The 14th O’Neill’s Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference will take place on Saturday 18th November in Jackson’s Hotel, Ballybofey, Co. Donegal.
Ulster GAA’s wheelchair hurlers traveled to Sligo recently for the All-Ireland Wheelchair Hurling Championships.