Ulster GAA expresses its sadness on the passing of former deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness.
Armagh’s Charly Shanks is the 2017 O’Neills All-Ireland 40×20 Senior Singles champion after defying the odds to dethrone 3-time champion, Robbie McCarthy, in Saturday’s final in Kingscourt.
Full round-up of the action from Ulster teams in last weekend’s Allianz National Football League games.
The Celtic Challenge gets underway in Ulster this weekend when six counties from across the Province meet in Group H of the competition.
The annual Ulster GAA Cúchulainn Cup took place at the Meadowbank Sports Arena, Magherafelt on Wednesday 15th March.
Young sports volunteers took centre stage last night at a joint awards ceremony recognising their outstanding contributions to their sport clubs.
The semi finals of Scór Sinsir Uladh took place last weekend in Silverbridge and Carrickmore, with the following acts securing their place in the Ulster Final…
The Irish News School, Club & Volunteer awards have undergone a transformation with a range of new categories set to open up new possibilities for entrants.
It was all about the second half for Tyrone, who overturned a four-point half-time deficit to claim the win which moved them to the top of Division One in the Allianz Football League.
There were a number of Ulster recipients for Gradaim an Uachtaráin 2017, which were presented at a special banquet in Croke Park last night.
Inspirational women from the world of sport will discuss their experiences, triumphs and challenges at the Empowering Female Sport Conference which takes place on Saturday March 11th from 10am-4pm at the Armagh City Hotel.
To mark No Smoking Day 2017, Ulster GAA is urging all GAA clubs across the province to go smoke-free.
The launch of the 2017 EirGrid Ulster U21 Football Championship took place last night, Monday 6 March, at the Tyrone GAA Centre in Garvaghey, in the company of players and management from all of the competing Counties.
A RECORD attendance witnessed an Ulster team winning the AIB All-Ireland Camogie Senior Club Championship for only the second time as Slaughtneil proved strongest on the home straight after a ding-dong battle with a resolute Sarsfields.
Ulster GAA’s Live To Play Primary School “Oscars” opens today, Friday 3rd March, for all Primary Schools in Ulster.