Ulster GAA’s Live to Play ‘Film the Fun’ programme was recognised by Environment Minister Mark Durkan at the Road Safety Grants Finale which took place recently.
Health and Wellness News
St. Dallan’s Primary School, Warrenpoint combined with Cumann Pheadair Naofa CLG, as part of the Club / School Link, hosted
Ulster GAA, supported by Subway, have launched a new campaign aimed at educating young people on how to look after themselves off the pitch.
Augher GAA have embarked on a Community Garden Initiative, encouraging healthy living of all members and the wider community. Both
A host of the country’s leading GAA personalities and health experts will contribute to the Association’s second national Health and
The Public Health Agency has provided funding to Ulster GAA which will ensure that each GAA unit in the Province
Gaels from across Antrim gathered at the Dunsilly Hotel on Saturday 21st February to be a part of the County’s
The official launch of the Derry GAA Health & Wellbeing Committee took place in Owenbeg on Thursday 19th February. The
Ulster GAA has marked an exciting new development in their Road Safety programme with the announcement that the Live to Play Film Awards Competition is now live!
Since the launch of the new medical partnership with Ulster GAA, The 3fivetwo Group has confirmed that quite a few injured players have already been through their doors for a series of consultations, scans and surgery.
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