Ulster GAA has announced a major sponsorship programme for adult students of the Irish language in conjunction with the University of Ulster.
Ulster GAA has formally submitted a planning application and associated Environmental Statement for the redevelopment of Casement Park into a 38,000 capacity all-seated stadium.
The Ulster GAA’s annual Gaeltacht course, Cúrsa Shéamuis de Faoite, will take place at Downings during the week of 22-27 July 2013.
Ulster GAA President Martin McAviney was pleased to welcome Shadow Secretary of State Vernon Coaker MP to Ulster GAA Championship Quarter Final Derry vs Down.
A new ‘How to’ guide for clubs to run their own Game of Three halves event has been launched by the Irish FA, Ulster GAA and the IRFU (Ulster Branch) at their ‘Together Through Sport’ event.
With support from Department for Social Development, IRFU (Ulster Branch), the Irish FA and Ulster GAA are joining forces and using the power of sport to promote positive cross-community relations.
The Planning period for the Casement Park application has been extended to ensure that all necessary best practice is incorporated within the final submission.
The University of Ulster Magee campus was a hive of Derry GAA nostalgia last night as personalities from the last eighty years congregated to celebrate the rich and colourful history of Gaelic games in the county.
Derry were crowned Allianz Football League Division 2 champions after a six-point win over Westmeath in a very open game at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
Kieran Hughes’ late goal sealed victory for Monaghan at Croke Park on Saturday night, as they defeated Meath in a very exciting and entertaining Allianz Football League Division 3 final.
The Department for Social Development has confirmed that Small Grants for Volunteering funding will be available for the period May to September 2013. The funding will be available to support community activity during the summer period that involves volunteers.Groups may apply for up to £1,000 to support volunteer expenses, running costs and equipment. 40% of funding will […]
The World Police and Fire Games is a biennial sporting event for serving and retired police, fire, prison and customs officers. In 2013 Belfast will host the games and it is anticipated there will be 10,000 athletes competing from all over the world. There are approximately 60 sports across 42 world class venues. Gaelic football […]
Children from West Belfast and surrounding areas came together over Easter in St. Mary’s University Belfast to gain new and refine existing GAA skills at the Ranch’s first ever GAA Training camp for Primary School children. Over the three day camp boys and girls ranging from 6 to 12 years of age took part in […]
A large crowd from all over the province and beyond is expected this Saturday at St Cecilia’s College, Derry, for the Scór Sinsear Ulster final, sponsored by Gaelic Life. The winning act in each of the eight categories will qualify for the All-Ireland final, also due to take place at Derry, in ‘The Venue’, on […]
The Department for Culture, Arts and Leisure have provided funding to Ulster GAA of £1.5 million under the ‘Promoting Equality, Tackling Poverty and Social Exclusion through Sport’ Programme. Ulster GAA have identified a need for five revenue programmes over the three-year funding period to tackle poverty and social inclusion. The programme is broken down into […]