This weekend will see Ulster’s finest clubs compete in the AIB Ulster Club Football Championship Finals across Junior, Intermediate and Senior levels.
Now entering its third year, the GAA’s ‘Off the Booze & On the Ball’ challenge is extending its positive message about alcohol consumption and healthier lifestyles into the third level education sector.
The New Year will see the return of GAA Officer Training workshops across Ulster to inform club and county officers of details around latest issues and also to prepare club officers for their roles in 2014.
Ballinderry and Glenswilly will clash in the final of the Ulster Club Senior Football Championship, following semi final victories over Kilcoo and Roslea respectively today.
The draw has taken place for the groups for the 2014 Dr McKenna Cup, and has dealt up some fantastic pairings.
Kilcoo have finally secured their place in the semi finals of the AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship, following an extra time victory over Crossmaglen in today’s quarter final replay.
Hundreds of Gaels from across Ulster today gathered at the Glenavon House Hotel in Cookstown for the 2013 Irish News Ulster GAA Volunteer Conference – Club Together.
Ulster GAA and the Michaela Foundation celebrated double success at the Chartered Institute of Marketing Awards, held on Thursday 7th November.
Political leaders both North and South today descended on the Ecclesiastical Capital of Ireland, Armagh to explore the role of Ulster’s three main sporting bodies Ulster GAA, IFA and Ulster Branch IRFU in developing good relations and reconciliation.
Hundreds of Club Officers from across Ulster will converge on the Glenavon House Hotel in Cookstown on Saturday morning for the 2013 Irish News Ulster GAA Volunteer Conference ‘Club Together’.
On the fringes of next week’s plenary of the North South Ministerial Council, Ulster GAA, IRFU (Ulster Branch) and the Irish FA will host a special conference on Sport and Reconciliation.
It was a thrilling day of action in the AIB Ulster Club Football Championship Quarter Finals, with 12 matches in total taking place.
The 2013 Irish News Ulster GAA Volunteer Conference – Club Together will bring together high-profiled Gaels from clubs across Ulster to tell how their clubs have been so successful, both on and off the pitch.
It was a clean sweep for Antrim clubs in the AIB Ulster Club Hurling titles which were played on Sunday 27th October.
Gaelic Clubs across Ulster are being urged by the Ulster Council to get ready for a new round of capital funding, which is expected to open in the New Year.