|Name : Martin McAviney|
|Position : Uachtarán Chomhairle Uladh|
|E-Mail : email@example.com|
|Playing Background : Martin is a member of the Ballybay Pearse Brothers club in Monaghan. He is a current member of the Club Committee and is a Club Trustee. He has previously served as Club Secretary and Club Chairman and received the Coiste Chontae Mhuineachain Senior Official of the year 1984.|
|Administration/Ulster Council : Martin joined the Monaghan County Board as Ulster Representative in 1987 and held this position until being elected as P.R.O. of Comhairle Uladh in 2004.
During his term as P.R.O., Martin was awarded the Ulster GAA Writers Communications Award in 2005. Martin took up his positions of Cisteoir of the Ulster Council from 2007-10, Leas Uachtarán from 2010-13, Uachtarán in 2013 and currently sits on An Coiste Bainistí Náisiúnta. He was also the first Chairman of the Ulster Code of Ethics and Good Practice Committee. At National Level, Martin was a member of the National Central Appeals Committee and the National PR and Publications committee.
|Name : Aogan Ó Fearghail|
|Position : Iar-Uachtarán Comhairle Uladh|
|E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Playing Background : Aogán is a member of Drumgoon Eire Og where he played football. He played handball at local club level and was introduced to GAA administration through handball. At St Patricks College , Drumcondra, Aogán played hurling and football with Erins Hope club and handball with the college team. He also toured Scotland with a colleges shinty team. Aogán was secretary of the college Handball club and assistant secretary of the Hopes GAA club when they won the Dublin Senior championship in 1979.
Aogán has served his club at all admistrative levels and he established juvenile football in the club. He has also coached juvenile teams at under age level for 25 years and continues to coach at schools and club level.
|Administration/Ulster Council : Aogán served as club delegate to Cavan county board, was Cavan Irish language officer and for 12 years as Cavan’s delegate to Ulster Council. He has served as Council PRO, Treasurer and Vice Chairman before being elected President in March 2010.|
|Name : Michael Hasson|
|Position : Leas-Uachtarán Comhairle Uladh|
|E-Mail : email@example.com|
|Playing Background : Michael has been a member of St. Rasharkin since 1963. During that period he played football at U15, Minor, U21, Reserve & Senior. As a referee, Michael officiated in Antrim from 1969 to 1997.|
|Administration/Ulster Council : Michael has served as a committee member of St Mary’s Rasharkin since 1965, as well as being a member of the South West Antrim Committee from 1967 until 1997 and the Antrim County Committee from 1987 until 2007. Michael also served on the County Executive / Management from 1997 to 2007.
Following his membership to the Ulster Council in 1997, Michael has served on the Code of Ethics Committee’s at Provincial & National Level from 2001-2004.
He commenced his current role of Vice Chairperson in February 2013.
|Name : Danny Murphy|
|Position : Rúnaí Comhairle Uladh|
|E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Playing Background : Danny played football for St. Mary’s, Burren from 1967 until 1985. He also played hurling for Rostrevor from 1978 until 1987 and Warrenpoint 1988 & 1989.|
|Administration/Ulster Council : Danny is former Chairman of the Down County Committee and was as selector with Down Senior Football in the early 1990’s. A former member of the Central Council and Vice President of the GAA, he also served as Vice-President and President of the Ulster Council before being appointed Provincial Secretary.
As Provincial Secretary, Danny is also the Provincial Director and CEO of Ulster GAA. His responsibilities include
servicing the Ulster Council, acting as head of Council staff and implementing Executive decisions when appropriate. Danny represents the Council at all meetings with public bodies and also represents the Ulster Council on the National GAA Executive Committee and other Sub Committees.
|Name : Oliver Galligan|
|Position : Cisteoir Comhairle Uladh|
|E-Mail : email@example.com|
|Playing Background : Oliver is a member of the Cavan Gaels Club where he played football at all levels, playing at senior level for 17 years. He played in 5 senior county finals, winning 3 titles and 2 senior leagues. Oliver captained the club minor double winning team to their first county title in 1967.
Oliver played county football for Cavan at all levels and captained the county minors in the 1967 Ulster championship and was a member of the senior panel from 1969 to 1973.
Oliver played in 2 Ulster finals, the U21 Championship final in 1970 and the Senior Club final in 1977.
|Administration/Ulster Council : A former chairman of his club, Oliver has been a member of the Cavan County Board for the past 15 years, holding positions as development officer and Ulster Council representative. He has chaired the Ulster coaching and games development committee and has served on the national coaching committee representing Ulster. Oliver served as PRO of the Ulster Council from 2010-2013.
At National level, Oliver was chairman of the national Code of Ethics work group for 9 years and was formerly a member of the Central Hearings Committee.
|Name : John Connolly|
|Position : Ofigeach Caipreamh Poiblí Comhairle Uladh|
|E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Playing Background : John is a member of the Currin Club, in Co. Monaghan, where he played football at Underage Level.|
|Administration/Ulster Council : John was a County Board Delegate for his club, Currin, for 5 years. He served as Assistant Secretary & Secretary for his Club for a number of years. John served as Vice Chairperson of Monaghan County Board; a position he held for 4 years. He then went on to hold the position of Chairperson of Monaghan County Board for 5 Years. John represented Monaghan as Ulster Council Delegate until being elected in February 2013 as Ulster PRO. During John’s time as a Committee Member of the Monaghan County Board, he also served on the Event Management Team within the Ulster Council.|