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In this issue of the Ulster GAA newsletter...

... Antrim secure a historic hurling victory, Donegal emerge victorious in the annual U16 Buncrana Cup, Tyrone's new centre of excellence comes alive with young hurlers, Ulster is well represented in this weekend's Ladies Football Championship and much more...

Latest news from Ulster GAA...

Antrim Shock Wexford to reach U21 Final

Antrim caused a sensation at Semple Stadium, Thurles by beating Leinster champions Wexford to become the first side from Ulster to reach the All-Ireland U21 final.

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Disappointment for Tyrone and Monaghan

There was disappointment for Tyrone seniors and Monaghan minors as they both lost out to Mayo in their respective All Ireland semi finals.

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Donegal lift Buncrana Cup

The annual U-16 Inter-county Buncrana Cup Finals took place earlier this month with four counties participating: Donegal, Tyrone, Cavan and Derry.

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'Have a Go' at Gaelic Games at the WPFG

Ulster GAA, along with the I.F.A and I.R.F.U. Ulster Branch offered members of the public a chance to try their sports, as part of the festivities at the opening ceremony of the World Police and Fire Games.

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Developing Hurling in Ulster

The annual hurling development initiative between Ulster and Connacht took place this month in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh.

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Garvaghey alive with Hurling Blitz

Tyrone's new Centre of Excellence in Garvaghey recently came alive with 26 hurling games as part of the Ulster GAA U14 and U16 Hurling Academy Squad Blitz.

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'Club Planners' & Club Maith Facilitator Training

Ulster GAA will be running a training day for Club Planners and Club Maith Facilitators on Saturday 14th September.

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Ulster Ladies Famous Five Counties

It's down to the last four in all the TG4 Ladies Football Championships and Ulster have five out of nine counties involved at the business end of the competition.

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Camogie President attends Castlerahan Hurling and Camogie Camp

Camogie President Aileen Lawlor was a very welcome guest at the Castlerahan Hurling and Camogie Summer Camp.

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Monaghan / Cavan Primary Teacher In-Service Course

The Monaghan / Cavan Gaelic Games Primary Teacher In-Service Course recently took place in Rockcorry GAA, Monaghan from 19th-21st August.

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Ulster GAA Supporting St Johns Newfoundland, Canada

The Ulster and Canadian GAA boards recently converged to support and develop Canada's most recent up-and-coming club - St John's Newfoundland.

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Belfast Disability Sport Camps

During July and August Ulster GAA had the opportunity to assist in the delivery of two very special weeks of sport within two schools in Belfast.

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'Let's Go - Lead Through Sport' Camp

Ulster GAA coached hurling and football activities to teenagers aged 13 to 15 from both sides of the community over 4 days in this very successful camp.

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Coach Education Programme

Ulster GAA is now taking bookings for the Award 2 Youth/Adult Course which will take place in Armagh in October.

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