Category: News

Casement Park Public Art Project

August 8th, 2013

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.

Ulster GAA promotes Interface Games

August 2nd, 2013

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.

‘Have a Go’ at Gaelic Games at the WPFG

August 2nd, 2013

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.

GAA Supporters celebrated at Clones

July 23rd, 2013

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

Ulster GAA launch Irish Scholarships

July 10th, 2013

Ulster GAA has announced a major sponsorship programme for adult students of the Irish language in conjunction with the University of Ulster.

Together Through Sport

May 27th, 2013

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.

Together through Sport

May 17th, 2013

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.

Casement Park Project remains on Course

May 16th, 2013

The Planning period for the Casement Park application has been extended to ensure that all necessary best practice is incorporated within the final submission.

Derry GAA Legends celebrate 125 years

May 16th, 2013

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.