The Ulster GAA Writers' Association (UGAAWA) will celebrate the highlights of 2018 at their annual Presentation Dinner on February 1 at the Killyhevlin Hotel in Enniskillen when the association's yearly awards will be presented to over a dozen winners, covering all aspects of the GAA activity in Ulster during 2018.
QUALIFICATION for the semi-finals remains mathematically possible for Derry but beyond Ulster University, however both sides can use tonight’s clash as valuable preparation for more important clashes just around the corner.
A WIDER discussion is needed about the “roles and responsibilities” of all the major stakeholders in making Gaelic football a more attractive sport, believes the chairman of the Standing Committee on Playing Rules.
CLIFTONVILLE’S under-fire manager Barry Gray has thanked the Reds board and the countless messages he received from supporters for their unstinting support in the face of a barrage of criticism that put his job in serious doubt.
As expected Padraig Harrington has been chosen to captain Europe at the 2020 Ryder Cup. The Irishman who has competed in the competition on six occasions will suceed Thomas Bjorn to whom he previously seved as vice-captain.
Stoke have sacked manager Gary Rowett, the former Birmingham City boss spent 8 months at the Sky Bet Championship club who are looking to secure a return to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Queen’s GAA at the weekend honoured their 2018-19 Danske Bank Future Stars, the 15 players to come through a series of trials in December organised by the Ulster Schools’ Council for students in their final year of GSCE studies.
EIGHT months after bringing home a bronze medal from the Commonwealth Games in Australia, James McGivern is back between the ropes tonight aiming to take the first step towards a second Ulster Elite title in-a-row.