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In this issue of the Ulster GAA newsletter...

... Championship tickets are now available to purchase, the draw for Féile na nGael has taken place, Tyrone have collected the Ulster U21 Football Championship, there is success for Ulster at the Scór Sinsear All-Ireland finals, plus much more ...

Latest news from Ulster GAA...

Championship Tickets now Available

Tickets are now available to purchase for the opening rounds of the 2015 Ulster Senior Football Championship.

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Féile na nGael 2015 Draw

The draw to match the visiting clubs with their hosts for the 2015 Féile na nGael has been completed.

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Tyrone claim first U21 title since 2006

Tyrone ended a nine-year wait for an Ulster U21 FC title with Daniel McNulty converting a last gasp free in Celtic Park to break Donegal hearts for the third year in a row.

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Roe Valley crowned 2015 Cúchulainn Cup Champions

Roe Valley Cúchulainns have been crowned 2015 Cúchulainn Cup Champions at Ulster GAA's flagship cross community tournament, held in the Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey.

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Armagh too strong for Fermanagh in League Decider

Armagh concluded their successful Division III campaign in style at Croke Park, seeing off Fermanagh by five points in the final to land the third tier title.

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Double Ulster Success at All-Ireland Scór Sinsear

Comhghairdeas to Naomh Muire, Achadh Gallan (Aontroim) and Naomh Moninne, Cill Shléibhe (Ard Mhacha) who have been crowned All Ireland Scór Sinsear champions.

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GAA meets Golf for charity at the Irish Open

A star-studded GAA match will open a week of events in Newcastle next month as the Royal County Down golf course hosts the Irish Open for the first time.

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Sporting organisations tackle inequality

Ulster GAA along with seven other sporting organisations that are committed to tackling inequality received awards from Sport NI at the House of Sport.

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Ulster GAA and Subway 'Stand Out from the Crowd'

Ulster GAA, supported by Subway, have launched a new campaign aimed at educating young people on how to look after themselves off the pitch.

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