There were wins for Crossmaglen, Loughinisland and Rockcorry today in the AIB Ulster Club Football Championship Finals.
Ulster GAA, the Central Council of the GAA and Antrim GAA remain firmly committed to the development of a new Provincial GAA Stadium at Casement Park, Belfast.
The Activate GAA Warm-Up resource, an innovative warm-up programme designed to enhance performance and reduce injury, is proving very popular among coaches as indicated by the data from the programme’s website.
The venues and throw-in times for the 2015 AIB Ulster GAA Club Football Championship Finals have been confirmed.
County-level fund-raising is now a critical GAA activity. This unique event being organised by Tyrone GAA is about Counties talking through and sharing good fund-raising practice with each other.
Tá GAA Uladh le leanúint lena dtiomantas do chur chun cinn chultúr agu theanga na hÉireann trí £10,000 a infheistiú le scoláireachtaí a bhronnadh ar 27 Oibrí Dheonacha Club de chuid CLG don bhliain acadúil reatha le haghaidh chúrsa Dioplóma Ollscoil Uladh sa Ghaeilge.
Crossmaglen and Scotstown will meet in the Final of the AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship, following semi final wins over Kilcoo and Trillick respectively today.
The 2015 Ulster GAA Inter-firms Championship Cup and Shield finals took place on Saturday last at the Tyrone GAA Centre in Garvaghey.
Ulster GAA and our County Committees, in conjunction with The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), and are calling on all units of the Association to take part in Anti-Bullying Week between 16-22 November 2015.