Ulster GAA are once again committed to the National Student Bursary Scheme for the seventh consecutive year.
Ulster GAA is seeking applications from Club’s who feel that their Coaching & Games Development program is of such quality that it merits a cash prize at the 2013 Ulster GAA President’s Awards.
It is with deep sadness and regret that the Officers and Members of the Ulster Council of the GAA have learned of the death of former Ulster Council President and National GAA President Paddy McFlynn.
At last nights meeting of the Ulster GAA Management Committee, the members unanimously endorsed and supported the candidacy of Aogan O Fearghail for the GAA Presidency.
Ulster GAA in partnership with IFA and IRFU (Ulster Branch), through their Sport in the Community programme, are delighted to be hosting 2 FREE seminars which will focus on Fundraising.
Over 120 people were in attendance at the Tyrone GAA centre on Wednesday 18th September as Ulster GAA took a trip down memory lane.
The Ulster Under 15 Óg Spórt Provincial Final was held last Saturday 7th September in Watty Graham’s Glen, Maghera.
Ulster GAA has launched a programme under the Youth Employment Scheme, offering an opportunity for young people to come along and get coaching qualifications, followed by an 8 week placement within a coaching environment.
The 19th annual Irish News Ulster All Stars have been announced at the awards ceremony in the Armagh City Hotel.
A special event to recognise the work of GAA Social Initiative clubs across Ulster will continue the yearlong celebrations for the 125th Ulster Football Championship looking back at the breakthrough era for various Ulster teams.
Ulster GAA is encourageing local artists to register their expression of Interest with Arts Council NI to produce public art for the Casement Park Redevelopment Project.
The Belfast Interface Games (BIG); a series of cross-community multi-sport camps for children aged 9–13 years from North, South, East and West Belfast will take place during July and August.
Ulster GAA, along with the I.F.A and I.R.F.U. Ulster Branch offered members of the public a chance to try their sports, as part of the festivities at the opening ceremony of the World Police and Fire Games.
It wasn’t just Monaghan who were the big winners at Sunday’s Ulster Finals in Clones, a number of lucky Gaels won spot prizes on the day
Oisín CLG Glenariffe availed of an opportunity to have the Farm Families Health Checks Programme visit their Marquee weekend