A very successful and enjoyable day was had at Garvaghey GAA Complex, Tyrone recently as the Further Education Colleges from around Ulster competed in the men’s 7’aside football competition.
The AIB Ulster Club Football Championship got underway this weekend with preliminary round games across Senior, Intermediate and Junior levels.
The draw for the 2017 Ulster Senior Football Championship has taken place, revealing interesting games for the coming year.
The 13th O’Neills Ulster GAA Coaching & Games Development Conference which takes place on Saturday 12th November 2016 in the Kilmore Hotel, Cavan will focus on the theme of the ‘Club & Player Pathway’.
Ulster GAA were delighted to welcome Kevin O’Malley, U.S. Ambassador to Ireland and Dan Lawton, U.S. Consul General to Belfast at Ceannarás Uladh Armagh today.
Ulster GAA is to host an Ulster Handball Seminar in the Garvaghey GAA Centre on Saturday October 15th from 9.00am to 1.00pm.
The Ulster Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association has today announced the appointment of Mr. Brian McAvoy, as the new Provincial Secretary & Chief Executive of Ulster GAA. The appointment follows the recent recruitment process to find a successor to Dr. Danny Murphy, who announced his decision to retire in August.
It was a busy weekend of action in the AIB Ulster Club Hurling Championship with Antrim’s Loughgiel and Derry’s Slaughtneil booking a place in the 2016 Ulster Senior Club Hurling Final. Below is a full round-up of results from Sunday 9th October – AIB Ulster Club Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final: Slaughtneil (Doire) 3-16 v […]
The 2016 Ulster Club Championships were launched on Wednesday 5th October in the Tyrone GAA Centre.
To raise awareness of the important role parents play in our clubs, Ulster GAA are encouraging all our constituent units to join us in supporting Parents in Sport Week, through our Save our Smiles Campaign which focuses on the role of the parents in helping young people reach their full potential.
An educational field maintenance day will take place place in Garvaghey on Saturday 22 October.
As part of the ‘Sport – A Home for Life Long Volunteering’ Project, funded by Department for Communities, Ulster GAA, Ulster Rugby and the Irish FA are hosting Schools Roadshows over the next week in Belfast, Ballymena and Derry.
The draws for the Ulster U21 Championship 2017 took place last night.
The Ulster GAA Inter-firms Football Championship is now open for team registration.
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