Antrim lifted the Electric Ireland Ulster Minor Hurling Championship title for the fifth year in a row after defeating Derry in the decider.
The official launch of the 2017 Ulster GAA Football Championship Finals took place today in Armagh.
Ulster GAA are planning for their largest ever Irish Language Summer School at Downings from 17th to 21st July 2017. The Séamus de Faoite Course is in its 29th year and once again offers GAA members an opportunity to learn and develop their skills and use of the Irish Language in one of Donegal’s Gaeltacht villages.
Ulster GAA, in association with Ulster University, have announced a £10,000 investment for GAA club members to undertake third level study in the Irish Language for the academic year 2017/18.
The climax to the Wallball Tournament season will come with the Loughmacrory Wallball Showdown on the weekend of the 28th to 30th July.
Banbridge Cúchulainns continued their preparations for the upcoming All-Britain Championships with a recent trip to Dublin.
Down pulled off the biggest upset of this year’s Football Championship so far to advance to a first Ulster Final since 2012.
Ulster GAA in partnership with the Public Health Agency (PHA) is launching a new social media campaign aimed at improving mental and emotional wellbeing. The social media campaign is based around Take 5 Steps to Wellbeing and includes short films featuring five Ulster GAA Mental Health Ambassadors.
A number of arrangements have been put in place in order assist all of those travelling to and from tomorrow’s Ulster Football Championship games at the Athletic Grounds.
Five Ulster counties are through to the Celtic Challenge Finals which take place on Saturday June 24th at Netwatch Dr. Cullen Park in Carlow.