The 2015 Ulster Club Championships were launched on Wednesday 7th October in the fabulous setting of the Tyrone GAA Centre at Garvaghey.
On 12th October 1890 Tyrone and Armagh met in a historic Ulster SFC Final at Blaris, Lisburn. To mark this event, 125 years later to the day Tyrone GAA will be hosting a special event at the Tyrone GAA Centre in Garvaghey.
The 2015 Ulster GAA President’s Awards will take place on Saturday 28th November in the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa, with the focus being on the best club grounds across the Province.
The 2015 AIB Ulster GAA Club Championships will throw in this Sunday 4th October with 7 games in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior Hurling Championships.
The three largest sports governing bodies are hosting schools roadshows in Belfast and Armagh this week to promote volunteering in sport.
Derrynoose GAC was the setting for the recent launch of the upgraded Ulster GAA Club Maith programme.
As part of their ongoing partnership, Ulster GAA, the Irish Football Association, and Ulster Rugby are offering two free Game of Three Halves Camps at the end of October.
The Irish Football Association (Irish FA), Ulster GAA and Ulster Rugby hosted the ‘Sport Uniting Communities’ Showcase Event on Thursday 17th September 2015 at the Northern Ireland Executive Office in Brussels.
Ulster GAA, in support of the National Student Bursary Scheme, will once again award bursaries to students attending Higher Education colleges as part of its ongoing commitment to Player Welfare.