Applications are now open for club’s who would like to enter the 2018 Ulster Club Football League.
Ulster GAA have released a limited number of Competition Tickets for the 2018 Bank of Ireland McKenna Cup. The tickets are priced at £20/€25 and will permit access to Round 1, Round 2 and Round 3 games involving your team, both semi-finals and the final – a potential saving of up to 55%!
The official competition launch and draw for the 2018 Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup took place on Thursday last at the Balmoral Hotel, Belfast.
Bank of Ireland and Ulster GAA are delighted to confirm the renewal of their Dr. McKenna Cup sponsorship deal, which will run until the end of the 2020 campaign.
Ulster GAA hosted their first Provincial Youth Forum at the Tyrone GAA Centre in Garvaghey with one Club from each county selected to attend with three youth representatives aged between 14-24 years old.
Shane McGuigan scored 1-6 as Slaughtneil ran out comfortable winners to secure a third AIB Ulster Club SFC title in four years at the Athletic Grounds.
A Multi-Sport Workshop with a sole focus on Funding and Fundraising for sports clubs and designed to provide interesting and innovative ways to develop new techniques to secure funding and improve club’s methods of fundraising was jointly organised by Ulster GAA, Irish FA Foundation and Ulster Rugby.
An inspirational young GAA volunteer praised as an outstanding role model for all young people and a symbol of hope for all those battling sickness within the GAA community.
There was a touch of fortune about the goal which put Cavan Gaels into a first Ulster club SFC decider since 1977 after a thrilling semi-final replay at Clones.