Limavady deliver first title


By Michael McMullan THE boys of Limavady Cúchullains were the first Ulster winners of the All-Britain Competition, as part of their involvement in Ulster GAA’s Cúchulainn initiative. They travelled with the girls of Lisburn and came home with the cup after a successful weekend on and off the pitch. The Cúchulainn Initiative involves schools from […]


Ulster GAA partner with Anthony Nolan charity for stem cell research


ULSTER GAA hosted a Staff Health Day at the Tyrone GAA Centre of Excellence in Garvaghy last week where they welcomed the charity Anthony Nolan as the key address. The Anthony Nolan charity makes lifesaving connections between patients and strangers ready to donate their stem cells. Stem cell and bone marrow donations are so vitally […]


ULSTER GAA: Creating hope through action


WORLD Mental Health Day takes place on October 10, which follows-on from World Suicide Prevention Day which took place on September 10. The theme of this year’s campaign is ‘Creating Hope Through Action.’ Clubs, counties and individuals are encouraged to engage with the campaign by visiting the links below for more information, resources and ideas […]


GAA clubs urged to get involved in Organ Donation Week


ORGAN Donation Week takes place from Monday 19th to Sunday, 25th September. The theme this year is Go pink for Organ Donation Week. The idea is that people are asked to go pink for the week! Whether you bake a pink cake, wear pink socks, paint a pink unicorn or drink a pink drink, NHS […]


Club policies and procedures


GAA Clubs are increasingly busy and complex places. They do a lot of different work with a lot of different people in a lot of different ways. Sometimes they work in partnership with others and often use other people’s money to help them in their work. Above all, they very largely work with and for […]


Ways for clubs to maximise their funding


ALL clubs, large and small, urban and rural, are often finding they are spending increasing amounts of money. Many clubs have taken the step of appointing a fundraising unit whose remit is focused on ensuring that the club has a healthy revenue stream that fulfils the financial needs of the club. The fundraising unit should […]


Continual coaching development


THROUGHOUT Ulster, from a coaching and games perspective, one of our aims is to develop self – sufficient and sustainable clubs. The transition from underage level to senior level requires a great deal of effort, organisation, dedication and planning by many people. At this stage of the playing season the focus should be on continually […]


Ulster GAA: Foghlaim sa Chlub


RINNEADH iniúchadh ar chlubanna Uladh in 2019 agus arís eile go luath in 2020, agus as na torthaí sin a d’eascair an Plean Teagaisc seo, ‘Foghlaim sa Chlub.’ Tá CLG Uladh agus Foras na Gaeilge ag obair le hOllscoil Uladh ar an tionscadal seo, agus is é an aidhm atá againn ná go gcuirfear acmhainn ar […]