The Cadburys Ulster Under 21 Football Championship launch will take place in the Queens Sports Pavilion, Upper Malone Road, Belfast on Monday 10th March at 12.00pm.
The All-Ireland Scór na nÓg finals took place in Castlebar on Saturday night, with two titles returning to Ulster.
Ulster GAA have selected the 18 winning entries for the 2014 ‘Live to Play’ Road Safety Awareness Campaign Primary School Colouring Competition.
Armagh’s Gerry Doherty is to run for the post of National President at the Ladies Annual Congress which will be held in Wexford on the weekend of 7th, 8th and 9th March. The Mullaghbawn native is ideally placed for the position due to his experience and knowledge of the ladies game. Gerry was Ulster President […]
A first half hatrick from Grainne Rafferty was the foundation for victory in the Inter provincials schools shield final held in Mullingar at the end of last month. Ulster suffered a severe blow before the competition started with the absence through injury of full back Karen Ward, midfielders Shannon Mc Grody and Niamh O Neill […]
Some of the best hurlers playing the game at the moment will be on view this coming Friday and Saturday at Queen’s Upper Malone for the Irish Daily Mail Fitzgibbon Cup.
Aogán Ó Fearghail has made history by becoming the first man from Cavan to be elected to the office of GAA President.
Connacht have claimed their first Interprovincial title since 1969, following victory over Ulster in the M Donnelly Interprovincial Football Championship Final in Tuam.
Tyrone have collected their third Power NI Dr McKenna Cup in a row following a 1-15 to 0-11 victory over Cavan at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.
Ulster GAA are pleased to announce that we will be streaming live the 2014 Power NI Dr McKenna Cup final.