With the finalists now known for both the 2015 Ulster Football and Hurling Championship Finals, view full ticketing information for both events.
Roe Valley Cúchulainns continued their preparations for the upcoming All British Championships with a recent trip to Dublin on Wednesday 1st July.
The 3fivetwo Group Ulster GAA Player Academy 2015 has been officially launched by 3fivetwo Group Development Director Mark Regan at the Ulster University, Jordanstown.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Donegal’s 2 point victory over Derry in the Ulster Senior Football Championship semi final on Saturday 27th June.
Ulster GAA’s Wheelchair Hurling team began their first competitive blitz of the season by hosting the All-Ireland Provincial League Blitz (Round 1) in Colaiste Oiriall, Monaghan on Saturday 27th June.
Down will face Antrim in the 2015 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship Final, following a 5 point victory over Derry at Owenbeg this afternoon.
Donegal are through to a fifth Ulster final appearance in a row after emerging with a hard-fought win over Derry at Clones on Saturday evening.
The GAA and its partners have outlined its continuous engagement with the project Safety Technical Group throughout all steps of the planning process to deliver a state of the art provincial stadium at Casement Park for use by Antrim County GAA and Ulster GAA.
Ulster GAA will host the first round of the M. Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling Interprovincial league for 2015 on Saturday the 27th June 10am-3pm at the Barry McGuigan Sports Hall, Colaiste Oiriall, Monaghan.