The Óg Spórt U15 Provincial Final was held last Saturday, September 2nd, in Killybegs, Donegal.
Last week a Multi-Sport Volunteering Forum ‘Stay in the Game – Promoting Lifelong Well-being in Sport’ explored interesting and innovative ways to keep people active in sports clubs long after they’ve finished playing.
Ulster GAA President Michael Hasson and Chair of Ulster GAA’s Heritage and Cultural Committee Michael McArdle attended the Ulster University’s Irish Diploma Graduation Ceremony to congratulate the Gaeilge Sa Chlub Scholars on completion of their study.
Ulster GAA and Derry GAA, in conjunction with National GAA, provided bibs and banners for the first ever Gaelic Football team to take part in the Football v Homophobia initiative which was included in the Foyle Pride Festival on August 25th and 26th in Derry City.
Club volunteers from across GAA, Rugby and Football are coming together on Thursday evening, August 31st, in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh to explore how to keep older members active and healthy.
Damian McErlain’s talented Derry team finished with a real flourish to advance to next month’s decider against Kerry.
Tyrone are the inaugural All-Ireland Under 17 football champions after dispatching a talented Roscommon side at Croke Park.
The second U14 Academy Football Blitz of the year was held last weekend at the Tyrone GAA Centre, Garvaghey.
Féile Peile na nÓg will be held in Down, Louth, and Meath in June 2018. This will be the first time that Down and Louth have hosted this festival of Gaelic Football, while Meath hosted the event in 1991 and 1992.
Antrim GAA have become the fist county in the North to host the Dermot Earley Youth Leadership Initiative.