Ulster GAA in partnership with Irwin’s Bakery will provide children across the province with two fun-filled days of learning about the fundamental skills of Gaelic games and physical well-being with their Easter Coaching Camps.
The final of Scór Sinsear Uladh 2017 took place on Saturday April 8th to a full house at Compleasc Sheáin Mhic Dhiarmada i Contae Muineachán.
The sheer quality and depth of talent at Donegal’s disposal was paraded in style in the Athletic Grounds as the county were crowned EirGrid Ulster U21 champions for the first time since 2010.
Ulster GAA went back to basics with their CDP Programme which ran from November 2016 to March 2017. Find out more about the full range of programmes delivered here…
A large crowd from all across the province and beyond is expected this Saturday 8th of April i Compleasc Sheáin Mhic Dhiarmada, Contae Muineachán for the Scór Sinsear Uladh final 2017.
Donegal stormed into yet another Ulster Under 21 Final with a magnificent performance against a game, but out-gunned Cavan.
Derry progressed to their first Ulster U21 final since 2008 after an epic tussle with Armagh ended in a three point extra-time win at Celtic Park.
The Ulster leg of the GAA Healthy Clubs Roadshow was held on Saturday April 1st with a capacity crowd turning out at Ulster University Jordanstown for the event.
Ulster GAA has teamed up with Irwin’s Bakery to create coaching camps for kids across the province.
The official launch of the 2017 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship and Shield took place last night at the Balmoral Hotel, Belfast.
Translink was today unveiled as a new corporate partner of Ulster GAA.
The year eight & nine boys Provincial One Wall Handball finals took place today at Holy Trinity Cookstown wit St Ciaran’s Ballygawley emerging overall winners.
Ten GAA clubs have successfully achieved Ulster GAA’s Prestigious Elevate Award in 2017. The ten clubs from across Ulster gathered at a club-focused awards ceremony hosted by Ulster GAA’s Treasurer Ciaran McLaughlin at the Navan Centre in Armagh on Thursday evening.
Ulster Hurling Development Manager Jimmy Darragh feels that the Celtic Challenge tournament will be a huge boost for counties in the province as it grows over the coming years.
A small number of spaces have become available for Ulster’s Healthy Club Roadshow in Ulster University, Jordanstown this Saturday 1st April, from 10am – 2pm.