The Leadership and the Young Female Athlete Residential Programme takes place at Tollymore Mountain Centre on January 28th and 29th as a joint initiative between Women’s Football, Ladies Gaelic Football, Camogie and Handball.
The final group stage games in the 2017 Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup took place tonight, with the final scores resulting in Tyrone, Fermanagh, Monaghan and Derry qualifying for the semi-finals this Sunday January 22nd.
Comhghairdeas and well done to all involved in the final of Scór na nÓg Uladh which took place in Galbally, Co Tyrone on Saturday 14th January to a full house.
Results from Round 2 of the Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup.
Over 150 club volunteers from 57 clubs across Ulster attended the Club Officer Induction Award held at Holy Trinity College Cookstown on Saturday, January 7th.
There were six games played yesterday in the opening round of the 2017 Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup. Read the full round-up of results here…
The month’s mind mass for Danny Murphy will take place on Saturday January 7th at 7.30pm in St Mary’s Church, Burren.
Ulster GAA today announced that the Pre-Application Community Consultation Phase 2 as part of the planning process has drawn to a close. After an unprecedented 31 weeks consultation and with nearly 5,000 individuals and organisations engaged to date, the process has been comprehensive and far reaching.
Ulster GAA will hold it’s Club Officer Induction Award on Saturday January 7th at Holy Trinity College, Cookstown.
Interprovincial Football Final: Ulster 2-16 Connacht 3-10 Goals in each half from Aiden Breen and Charlie Vernon helped Ulster claim their 32nd inter-provincial football title with victory over Connacht at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada. Roscommon’s Ciaran Murtagh fired two goals and Damien Comer scored a third in a dominant first-half from Connacht, but a classy […]