Sixteen year old, Sarah Malone from Aghaderg GFC, Camogie & Ballyvarley Hurling Club, Co Down has been the young GAA activist to be awarded the Translink Young GAA Volunteer Award.
The Irish News unveiled the winners of their highly contested Irish News Club & Volunteer Awards which recognises and rewards GAA Schools, Clubs & Volunteers throughout Ulster for their commitment to Gaelic Games and their community irrespective of their playing ability.
Tyrone and Cavan have booked a place in the Ulster U17 Football Championship Final after defeating Down and Antrim respectively in their semi-final clashes on Saturday 13th May.
John West are delighted to be the national sponsor of GAA Féile and launched their sponsorship of the Féile Peile na nÓg competition at an event in The Slieve Russell Hotel in Cavan this week.
One of Swatragh’s finest sons, Willie Turner, so rightly received recognition at the Scór Sinsir All-Ireland Final for a lifetime’s devotion and commitment to the promotion of Gaelic sport, and in particular for his tireless and selfless promotion of Scór within the County Derry.
On Mental Health Awareness Week it is fitting that Ulster GAA have formally linked with AWARE as their charity partner for 2017.
Ulster enjoyed a day of outstanding success at the All-Ireland Finals of Scór Sinsir which took place on Saturday 6th May at the Waterfront in Belfast.
The 2017 Ulster Senior Football, Ladies Gaelic Football and Camogie Championships were officially launched in Derry last night.
Scór competitors and their supporters from all parts of Ireland will head to Belfast this Saturday May 6th for the All-Ireland Scór Sinsear Final.
Ulster GAA Wheelchair Hurlers participated in the first inter provincial league blitz of the year in Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim at the weekend.
The Translink Ulster GAA Young Volunteer Award is a new scheme designed to celebrate the important contribution young members of the association make to their clubs and communities.
The 2017 Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cups got underway with three games in each competition on Saturday.
For the second year in a row, Tyrone won the U17 Jim McGuigan Cup after defeating Donegal with a final scoreline of 0-15 to 0-07 at Watty Grahams GAC, Glen on Saturday.
TYRONE won the last ever Ulster Minor League title, after defeating Derry in the second-half of Saturday’s Final in Glen.
Despite having one eye on next week’s crucial Christy Ring Cup clash with Carlow, Antrim defeated Armagh with ease in the Ulster SHC final. The Saffrons romped to a 16th Ulster senior hurling title in a row with Conor Johnston hitting 3-5 from play at Owenbeg.