Armagh have concluded their successful Division III campaign in style at Croke Park on Saturday evening, seeing off Fermanagh by five points in the final to land the third tier title.
Two Ulster acts have been crowned All-Ireland Scór Sinsear champions at Citywest Hotel Dublin on Saturday 25 April.
Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Comhairle Uladh Martin McAviney has expressed his condolences on behalf of the GAA across Ulster to the family of Shane Mulholland.
Eight sporting organisations that are committed to tackling inequality received awards from Sport Northern Ireland at the House of Sport on Wednesday 22nd April.
Following the hosting of a successful Féile na nGael tournament in 2014, Ulster GAA has been given the honour of hosting the event again over the weekend of 19-21 June 2015.
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.
Tyrone have reached their first All-Ireland U21 Football Final since 2003, following victory over Roscommon in Markievicz Park.
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.
Ulster GAA, supported by Subway, have launched a new campaign aimed at educating young people on how to look after themselves off the pitch.