Eight sporting organisations that are committed to tackling inequality received awards from Sport Northern Ireland at the House of Sport on Wednesday 22nd April.
Following the hosting of a successful Féile na nGael tournament in 2014, Ulster GAA has been given the honour of hosting the event again over the weekend of 19-21 June 2015.
A star-studded GAA match will open a week of events in Newcastle next month as the Royal County Down golf course hosts the Irish Open for the first time.
Tyrone have reached their first All-Ireland U21 Football Final since 2003, following victory over Roscommon in Markievicz Park.
Tyrone ended a nine-year wait for an Ulster U21 FC title with Daniel McNulty converting a last gasp free in Celtic Park to break Donegal hearts for the third year in a row.
Ulster GAA, supported by Subway, have launched a new campaign aimed at educating young people on how to look after themselves off the pitch.
To complement the coaching qualification pathway, the Ulster GAA Coach Academy, will provide a number of short workshops/courses to further develop coaching expertise over a period of 12 months.
Donegal and Tyrone will meet in the 2015 EirGrid Ulster GAA U21 Football Championship Final next Wednesday 8 April, following victories over Monaghan and Armagh respectively tonight.
Ulster GAA are currently in the process of developing a new strategic plan and we would like your views on the future direction of the GAA in Ulster over the next five years.