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In this issue of the Ulster GAA newsletter...

... Cavan man Aogán Ó Fearghail has assumed the role of GAA President, the annual Ulster Coaching Conference urges coaches to focus on the key skills, we round off another hugely successful club officer training programme, plus much more ...

Latest news from Ulster GAA...

Aogán Ó Fearghail takes over as GAA President

Drumgoon and Cavan native Aogán Ó Fearghail has this evening officially succeeded Liam Ó Néill as Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael.

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Malachy Mahon RIP

It is with deep sadness that we learned of the death of Malachy Mahon, former President of Ulster Council GAA and Vice President of the GAA.

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Conference urges Coaches to focus on Key Skills

The 11th O'Neills Ulster GAA Coaching Conference took place in the Glenavon House Hotel Cookstown on Saturday 21st February, with over 320 delegates traveling from all over Ireland and abroad to attend the event.

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Three Sporting Governing Bodies announce impact of DCAL funded Programme

The Irish Football Association, Ulster GAA and IRFU (Ulster Branch) recently came together to launch a joint report recently carried out by globally renowned consultants Deloitte (Belfast).

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Another Successful Year for Club Officer Training

Over 600 club officers have participated in 2015 Gaelic Life Ulster GAA Club Officer Training programme, gaining essential information and knowledge for the year ahead.

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Young Sports Volunteers celebrated

As part of their delivery of the DSD supported 'Sport in the Community' programme, the three largest sporting bodies have officially recognised young people involved in volunteering in their clubs.

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Clubs announced for Gaelic4Girls 2015

It's that time of year again when clubs from around the province apply to be part of the National Ladies Gaelic programme Gaelic4Girls.

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2015 Ulster Senior Hurling Tain Club League

The groups and fixtures for the 2015 Ulster Senior Hurling Tain Club League have been confirmed, with 25 teams from 6 Counties taking part.

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GAA Referees get free Health Checks

Ulster GAA teamed up with 3fivetwo Group this weekend to offer Ulster referees free health checks at Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey.

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GAA Clubs Promote Health & Wellbeing

The Public Health Agency has provided funding to Ulster GAA which will ensure that each GAA unit in the Province has a dedicated space in each club to promote Health and Wellbeing.

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