On Tuesday 15th October 22 GAA coaches/managers congregated at The Garvaghey Centre in Tyrone to receive their Level 3 Diploma Certificates in coaching and managing.
The draw for the 2015 Ulster Senior Football Championship has taken place, and once again it has dealt up some intriguing pairings.
The 2014 Ulster Club Championships were launched last night in the Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey by Martin McAviney, President Ulster GAA, Kathleen Woods, Ulster Camogie and Gerry Doherty from Ulster Ladies Gaelic.
A unique event due to take place on Monday 13th October will launch the first-ever initiative to recognise the participation of GAA members in the First World War.
Ulster GAA have announced details of the 2014 Health & Wellbeing Conference ‘Sláinte is Táinte – Health is Wealth’ which will take place in the Ramada Hotel Belfast on Saturday 8th November from 9:00am-3:30pm.
Ulster GAA, in support of the National Student Bursary Scheme, will once again award bursaries to students attending Higher Education colleges as part of its ongoing commitment to Player Welfare.
An historic GAA match will take place at the home of Ulster Rugby on November 15, aimed at raising awareness of Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
27,374 watched Mark Copeland’s Down record an emphatic 6-16 to 1-10 defeat of Fermanagh in the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies IFC final at Croke Park on Sunday
The President of Ulster GAA Martin McAviney would like to invite applications from Club Maith accredited Clubs to be recognised at this year’s Ulster GAA Presidents Awards.
Down produced a blistering final quarter to win their fourth Liberty Insurance All-Ireland premier junior camogie title at at the expense of Laois by 1-12 to 1-8 at Croke Park.
There was cause for celebration in the MAC in Belfast on Monday 8 September as Martin McAviney, the President of the GAA Ulster Council, officially launched the Gaeilge sa Chlub (Irish in the Club) scholarship scheme.
The Óg Sport U-15 tournament, which brings together the 7 a-side champions from each County, was held last Saturday 6th September in St Eunan’s, Letterkenny.
The 20th Irish News Ulster GAA All-Star team has been unveiled at the annual awards ceremony in the Armagh City Hotel.
Representatives from GAA, IRFU (Ulster Branch) and the Irish FA came together recently to launch the ‘Tackle Bullying Now’ event.
Donegal are through to the All-Ireland final on September 21, where they will play Kerry, following a memorable six-point win over reigning champions Dublin at Croke Park.