St Mary’s GAA Club in Convoy, Donegal are the first club in Ulster to go completely smoke free.
Ulster GAA has launched the 2017 Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup Competition Ticket at the Bank of Ireland’s Head Office in Belfast.
Ulster GAA, the Irish FA, and Ulster Rugby are jointly hosting a Parents in Sport event for all clubs.
Ulster GAA, Ulster Camogie and Ulster Ladies Gaelic in conjunction with The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), are calling on all units of the Association to take part in Anti-Bullying Week between 14th and 18th November 2016.
Kilcoo will meet Slaughtneil in the 2016 AIB Ulster Senior Club Football Championship final after they saw off the challenge of Maghery at Pairc Esler yesterday with a full-time result of 4-13 to 0-12.
Ulster GAA today launched the Council’s fourth Strategic Plan “Ag tabhairt ceannaireacht, tacaíocht agus ag saibhriú pobail: Leading, Supporting and Enriching Communities” at the Tyrone GAA Centre, Garvaghy. The plan will direct the work of the Ulster Council right up until the end of 2020.
A large turnout of GAA club and volunteer delegates from across Ulster attended the Club & Volunteer Conference which took place on Saturday October 29th at the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown.
The Ulster Council hosted a special dinner to honour Provincial Secretary and Chief Executive of Ulster GAA Danny Murphy last Tuesday night at the Canal Court Hotel, Newry.
With 14 games played across ten venues, Sunday October 30th was the busiest day in the AIB Ulster Club Championship calendar 2016.
Over the last four days we have had very positive engagement and feedback with the public and a wide range of stakeholders regarding our proposals for a provincial stadium at Casement Park.
The eagerly awaited replay of the U-16 Buncrana Cup took place at the weekend between Derry and Monaghan in Buncrana GAC.
Ulster GAA today unveiled its proposed designs for an exciting new provincial stadium at Casement Park to members of the public at West Belfast’s Conway Mill and outlined its process to seek the views of all interested parties.
Slaughtneil became the first Derry club to win an Ulster senior hurling title when they defeated Loughgiel in the AIB Ulster Club Senior Hurling Final at the Athletic Grounds Armagh yesterday with a full-time result of 2-14 to 1-13.
A total of 25 teams from across the province of Ulster as well as teams from Louth competed in the 2016 Tain Adult Club Hurling League, which is now it’s fifth year.
Ulster GAA has announced the launch of the second stage of its community consultation programme for the proposed redevelopment of a provincial stadium at Casement Park.