Connacht GAA, in conjunction with 92 GAA and Ladies football clubs, hosted the Féile na nÓg from June 27-29, the largest Féile Peil organised since the inception of the competition.
The 2014 Féile na nGael competition will take place across Ulster this weekend, from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd June.
Over 100 volunteers from clubs across the province came together last Wednesday to the Beyond the Game event; a joint good relations event hosted by Ulster GAA, IRFU (Ulster Branch) and the Irish FA.
Ulster GAA are delighted to be playing host to the GAA Féile na nGael finals in June.
The Ulster Council’s Irish language course for GAA members will take place in Downings, Co. Donegal once again for the 26th consecutive year, from 21 to 25 July 2014 – and it will be FREE to GAA members.
Ulster GAA will be running out a series of workshops to raise awareness of concussion with the coaches in clubs throughout Ulster.
Major players from Gaelic Games, Rugby and Soccer came together recently to launch the Beyond the Game event; a joint good relations event next month which is aimed at supporting local sports clubs and promoting positive community relations.
Monaghan delivered a hugely impressive performance at Croke Park on Sunday to defeat Donegal in the Allianz Football League Division II final.
Ulster GAA are one of seven sporting organisations that have achieved foundation level of The Equality Standard: A Framework for Sport.
Ulster Council GAA are delighted to announce that a number of clubs have successfully achieved Club Maith Accreditation.
Dungannon Cúchulainns were today crowned the 2014 Ulster GAA Cúchulainn Cup Champions at the magnificent Tyrone GAA Centre of Excellence in Garvaghey, Omagh.
Exactly 1,000 years ago this month, Brian Ború was killed during the Battle of Clontarf. Ború’s body is buried in the grounds of St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral, Armagh, about 100 yards from the Ulster GAA head office.
On Monday 24th March the South African Gaels Gaelic Football team travelled to Belfast to get a taste of the strong Irish Culture through our coaching and games, language and history.
Glenullin and Dungannon have collected the 2014 Quinns Corner Ulster Club Senior and Intermediate League Titles.
The Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey was the ideal back-drop for the launch of Ulster GAA’s Live To Play campaign on Thursday 20th March.