Club & Community
In this section we have included some useful infomation and downloadable forms on topics such as Club Development, Transfers, Club Insurance and the Official Guides.
This link will take you to our Club Maith sub-site. Please note that registration for this site is free, and open to all Gaels interested in Club Development. The site contains a selection of articles and resources on Club Development, as well as a Discussion Forum which will be used to share ideas and resources with other members.
As part of the Comhairle Uladh C.L.G. code of best practice in relation to child protection and to comply with current child protection legislation we have decided to take the necessary steps to ensure that all personnel who are working with children at under age/Minor level within our counties and clubs must be vetted.
The Ulster Council GAA assists it’s members in achieving a healthy lifestyle through this programme. Information is available on Nutrition, Exercise, Smoking and Drinking all of which if managed correctly can have a positive effect in avoiding diseases such as obesity, heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes.
Live to Play’, Ulster GAA’s Road Safety programme, aims to raise awareness and educate members on how best to stay safe on the roads. The programme is delivered in partnership with the County boards, with a particular focus on young people as it is they who are most likely to be involved in a traffic collision.
Volunteering is the lifeblood of the GAA in Ulster, this section highlights volunteering policies and procedures and volunteering opportunities and programmes.
Ulster GAA engages in a number of community outreach projects. An example are The Belfast Cuchullains; a post-primary school hurling team of 20 all of whom are under the age of 16, with the players from four schools in Belfast.
In 2009, the GAA celebrated the 125th anniversary of its foundation in 1884.
A number of key events took place throughout 2009 to mark this special anniversary.