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Ulster GAA For All games at Croke Park

August 22nd, 2022

Some of the players who attended the recent Ulster GAA For All day in Croke Park with their families, along with Newry and Armagh MLA and former Armagh All-Ireland winner Justin McNulty, and Irish Minister for Sport, Jack Chambers.

Ulster GAA’s annual Croke Park activity day for GAA For All teams across the province took place last week, where over 120 players and 80 coaches experienced a full tour of Croke Park and took to the famous field to participate in some excellent games of Gaelic Football with great skills showcased throughout the day.

Teams that took part on the day were:

  • Antrim GAA For All
  • Armagh/Crossmaglen GAA For All
  • Derry GAA For All
  • Down/Warrenpoint GAA For All
  • Tyrone/Donaghmore GAA For All
  • Drumlin House, Co.Cavan
  • Rehab Care Cavan/Bailieborough
  • Navan O’Mahonys from Co. Meath were also invited to participate.

The event was truly a fantastic day out in the GAA For All calendar, with the players and coaches were cheered on from the stands by proud parents, grandparents, siblings and other family members.

Any GAA club or cluster of clubs in Ulster who are considering establishing GAA For All/All-Star team initiatives in their areas are encouraged to get in touch with / 07920528793 for support or further information.

Please also check out our HERO programme –

The programme will assist clubs in promoting inclusion in their communities by offering people with a disability opportunities for participation in the local GAA club in a variety of ways.

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