Ulster GAA in partnership with the Public Health Agency (PHA) is launching a new social media campaign aimed at improving mental and emotional wellbeing. The social media campaign is based around Take 5 Steps to Wellbeing and includes short films featuring five Ulster GAA Mental Health Ambassadors.
A number of arrangements have been put in place in order assist all of those travelling to and from tomorrow’s Ulster Football Championship games at the Athletic Grounds.
Five Ulster counties are through to the Celtic Challenge Finals which take place on Saturday June 24th at Netwatch Dr. Cullen Park in Carlow.
Final preparations are underway for the 2017 John West Féile Peil na nÓg taking place this weekend across the counties of Cavan, Fermanagh and Monaghan.
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Provincial champions Tyrone produced a fine display to secure a hugely impressive win over Donegal.
Pádraigín Kelly from Loughmacrory GAA has been awarded the prestigious Translink Young GAA Volunteer Award for May. Following a high standard of nominations from Ulster GAA clubs, judges were struck by Pádraigín’s commitment to volunteering within her club across a range of areas impacting on many club members.
The Ulster Póc Fada Final was held last night on Cuilcagh Mountain, sitting on the Cavan/Fermanagh border at Blacklion, the home of Shannon Gaels GAC.
In support of World Blood Donor Day this Wednesday, June 14th, Ulster GAA has teamed up with the Irish Blood Transfusion Service, Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service and the Public Health Agency, to raise awareness of this vital service, and ultimately to increase blood donations through our “Blood Sub” campaign.
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.
Monaghan and Cavan threw up a typically feisty and hard-fought local derby at Kingspan Breffni, with a 60th minute goal from Conor McManus all that separated the sides.
Cian Mackey’s return to the fold during the National League was a very welcome addition for new Cavan Manager Mattie McGleenan ahead of the 2017 Ulster Senior Football Championship. He is hoping for good things this year.
Nominations are now open for Sport NI Coaching, Officiating and Volunteering (COV) Awards 2017. Nominate your club volunteers by Friday 7th July 2017.
In this Volunteer Week, Ulster GAA President Michael Hasson has thanked the thousands of people who volunteer for the GAA across Ulster clubs, counties and Provincial Council.
Down comfortably contained the much-vaunted Armagh attack in Páirc Esler to win a first Ulster championship match in four years.