Antrim won their sixth Ulster U21 hurling title in a row on Wednesday night, overpowering Down in a very one-sided final at the Athletic Grounds.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Donegal’s victory over Monaghan in the Ulster Senior Football Championship final on Sunday 20th July.
Donegal wrapped up a third Ulster title in four years with victory over Monaghan in Clones on Sunday.
Donegal coasted to a first Ulster MFC title since 2006 with an easy victory over Armagh in Clones on Sunday.
Ulster Council Coach Thomas Murphy continues his great work in Ottawa supported by the local Ottawa Gaels club.
Twenty four young men from Dungannon travelled to London last weekend to represent Ulster GAA in the All British Championships.
View all the latest ticketing information for the 2014 Ulster Football Championship Finals, to take place on Sunday 20th July.
Coming this Autumn the AIB Ulster GAA Club Championships and once again we will see the the best of Club talent compete for Ulster glory at all levels. Outstanding Games and record attendances in 2013 have laid the foundations for an exciting bumper 2014 competition. Planning for the Ulster GAA Club Championships is well […]
That sense of deja-vu you’re feeling there in your seat or on the terrace hasn’t happened as recently as you might think. Monaghan take on Donegal this afternoon in Ulster football’s showpiece for the second year in succession. The first time that’s happened since… It must be the 2000s. Tyrone or Armagh won every […]
Pairc Esler played host to the 2014 NWP Recycling Ulster Camogie Championship Finals at the beginning of June. Derry were aiming to complete their first ever three in a row against a resurgent host side of Down in the Senior Championship while Tyrone were seeking to secure the Intermediate Championship after a couple of years […]