20 jobs lost as Ulster GAA Schools Programme ends

Twenty jobs are set to be lost on Friday as Ulster GAA have been forced to end their involvement with the Curriculum Sports Programme. It is with deep regret that Ulster GAA announces that its involvement with the current Curriculum Sports Programme (CSP) will end tomorrow. Since 2007, Ulster GAA, along with colleagues in the […]

Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year finalists named

Nine outstanding volunteer coaches have been selected as finalists in the Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year Awards. Representing their respective counties, the finalists were selected following public nominations submitted by club members across Ulster. A panel of experts including All-Ireland winning Armagh manager, Joe Kernan, Ulster GAA PRO Michael Geoghegan and Irish News […]

Peter Donnelly hoping to take Crossmaglen Scalp

In this week’s Gaelic Life, Ronan McSherry speaks to Tyrone strength and conditioning coach and recently converted Coalisland goalkeeper, Peter Donnelly.  Throughout the interview Donnelly takes about his journey from answering a goalkeeping crisis call to picking up another Tyrone senior medal in a year he didn’t believe he would be involved. “We were in […]

Rampant Ballycran knock Slaughtneil off their throne

Ulster Senior Club Hurling Championship Semi-Final 2018 Ballycran (Down) 4-15 Slaughtneil (Derry) 1-14   Advertisement From Odhrán Crumley in Corrigan Park   Down champions, Ballycran have caused a seismic shock by dumping the reigning Ulster champions, Slaughtneil out in the last four. Ballycran led by two at the break after bringing a real intensity to […]

Translink Ulster Coach of the Year Awards Launched

Translink and Ulster GAA have teamed up for the second year to launch the 2018 Coach of the Year awards. All-Ireland winning manager, Joe Kernan was in attendance to help launch the initiative which celebrates the work carried out by volunteer club coaches across the province for the lasting impressions they make on both individuals […]

Stormont impasse puts Ulster GAA jobs in jeopardy

UP to 30 Ulster GAA coaching jobs are in jeopardy as a direct consequence of the impasse at Stormont and the failure to set a Budget. The coaches affected, who are all on rolling one-year contracts, have been told they have been placed under ‘protective notice’ for a 90-day period. Protective notice, as distinct from […]

McGrath: Danny Murphy was a visionary

PETE McGrath has spoken of his massive respect for Ulster GAA Chief Executive & Provincial Secretary Danny Murphy who died yesterday at the age of 67

Ulster GAA appoints new secretary

ULSTER GAA has confirmed that Down man Brian McAvoy will take over as secretary following Danny Murphy’s departure.