Under 16 Championship 2024

Silver Semi-Finals
Sunday 28th April
Antrim v Monaghan @2.00pm
Venue: Naomh Eanna GAC
Derry v Donegal @5.00pm
Venue: Faughanvale GAC
The Silver & Bronze Finals will be on Sunday 5th May.
The two beaten Semi-Finalists will contest the Bronze Final.

Ulster Ladies Minor Championship 2024

Silver Semi-Finals
Saturday 27th April
Armagh v Derry @12 noon
Venue: McKeever Park
Down v Antrim @2.00pm
Venue: Mayobridge GAC
The Silver & Bronze Finals will be on Saturday 4th May.
The two beaten Semi-Finalists will contest the Bronze Final.

Update about Minor Championship Finals

A chara,
Ulster Ladies Council are aware of recent social media posts regarding the venues of this weekends Minor Championship Finals.

Ulster Ladies Council strives to get appropriate venues for all our games in the best interests of all involved in our sport and we will continue to try do this. We wish all our counties out this weekend every success.

Is mise le meas,
Ulster Ladies Council

Wins For Antrim And Tyrone

Well done to Antrim and Tyrone who recorded wins today over Westmeath and Wicklow in the TG4 Intermediate championship.

Well done Derry

From ladiesgaelic.ie

Derry crowned All-Ireland U14 Gold champions

Derry 4-9

Tipperary 2-6

By Aisling Clery

Derry, after victory in the Bronze final in 2022, were crowned U14 All-Ireland Gold champions at the expense of a talented Tipperary side at Clan na Gael, Dundalk.

Derry led by eight at the break, but two goals within sixty seconds from Tipperary closed the gap in the second-half and Derry had to dig deep to ensure victory.

Derry got off to a brilliant start with two Ava Hurl frees sandwiching a terrific point from Rionach McNally. Tipperary responded well and Lily Flannery reduced the deficit to two with a fine long distance free.

Hurl added a third free before a surging run straight through the Tipperary defence found McNally hitting the net for Derry’s first goal on sixteen minutes. Tipperary responded well, moving the ball at pace but they couldn’t find their scoring range.

Kerri Lee Mullan added a point for Derry and a resurgent Tipp side got back into contention with two frees inside a minute from the boot of Abbie Horgan. Derry however were to have the last say of the half as Brianna Donaghy found herself one-on-one with the keeper and she finished to the net with aplomb.

Elena Cody opened the scoring for Tipperary in the second-half but Derry upped the gears and Brianna Donaghy hit 2-2 unanswered, almost putting the game out of reach of Tipperary.

The second goal was very much a team effort with the ball won deep in the Derry defence by Emma McVey and swiftly transferred downfield to Donaghy’s waiting arms and she tapped home.

Tipperary though carried on and while their first attempt at goal was ruled out for a square ball, their diligence was rewarded as they found the net not once but twice!

Substitutes Chloe O’Neill and Aoibhinn Casey each netted to breathe life into the Tipp attack.

However, Derry were not to be denied and they ran down the clock, maintaining possession, with centre back Aoibh Shivers adding Derry’s final point to ensure victory.

Scorers: Derry: B Donaghy 3-3, R McNally 1-1, A Hurl 0-3f, KL Mullan 0-1, A Shivers 0-1.

Tipperary: C O’Neill 1-0, A Casey 1-0, A Horgan 0-2f, L Flannery 0-2 (1f), E Cody 0-2.

DERRY: A Rogers; E McVey, E McGarvey, K Birt; L Armstrong, A Shivers, AR Sargent; A Young (c), E Forbes; KL Mullan, S Quinn, R McNally; R Conlan, B Donaghy, A Hurl. Subs used: K Loughrey, M Bhavsar, A McNally, N McKenna, C Conway, C King, E Mallet, E Rafferty, E Grant, E Mullan, I Regan, R Scullin, S McErlean, C Quinn, D Murphy.

TIPPERARY: S Carr; S Hannafin, E Gleeson, C Butler; N Buckley, S Ferris, B Delaney; H Kiely, A O’Connor; A Gleeson, L Flannery, A Horgan; A Butler, N Dwan (c), C Fitzgerald. Subs used: L Moloney, C O’Neill, A Casey, E Cullinan, K Carey, M Callum, B Woodlock, R O’Brien, E Cody, R Hewitt, A Purcell, A Quirke, SR Meehan, S Moynihan, J Carey.

Ref: Philip Conway (Armagh)

Story of the Day!

Ulster champions Antrim have just won their first game on the All Ireland Intermediate stage.. and here’s how they did it..


TG4 Ulster Championship Final Round

This weekend sees the final round robin games in the TG4 Ulster championship.

First up is the meeting of Derry and Fermanagh which takes place on Friday evening at 8.15pm in Celtic Park.

On Sunday Armagh and Cavan will meet as a curtain raiser to the mens Ulster final in Clones with a 1.45pm throw in.

Antrim and Tyrone will also meet on Sunday. Davitt Park, Belfast will host this game which has a 1.00pm start.

Remember to get your tickets in advance @BuyTicketApp

TG4 Championship Results


In the senior championship Armagh came from behind to beat Donegal 2-4 to 1-15.

Monaghan bow out of the intermediate competition as they were beaten by Antrim 3-12 to 1-13.


It was one way traffic in the junior championship as Down put Derry to the sword 1-20 to 1-3

TG4 Championship Kicks Off On Sunday

The 2023 TG4 Ulster Championship kicks off on Sunday with the first round robin games in each of the three grades. In the senior championship Cavan will host Donegal at Breffni Park. Tyrone are at home (Healy Park) for their intermediate tie with neighbours Monaghan. Down open their junior campaign in Tempo against Fermanagh. All ties are on Sunday at 2pm.

Tickets are available at www.BuyTicketApp.co.uk

Ulster Ladies Coach Academy 2023

Academy Aims

To compliment the coaching qualification pathway, the Ulster Ladies Coach Academy, will provide a number of short workshops/courses to further develop coaching expertise over a period of 6 months.

The key aim is to support and develop coaches’ knowledge and application of technical, tactical, physiological and psychological/lifestyle factors that affect a player’s and ultimately a team’s performance.

The Academy is for Ladies Gaelic Football Coaches

Who is it for?

This programme is suitable for female Coaches only who have worked, or currently working at one of the following levels:

Senior Club/County teams

Minor Club/County teams

County PDP Panel at U13/U15/U17

The Application Process

All coaches who wish to enter into the Ulster Ladies Coach Academy must apply using the link below.

You must also be available for all 3 weekends of the programme.


Armagh LGFA

Monaghan Ladies Gaelic


Antrim LGFA

Tyrone Ladies GFA

Cavan Ladies Gaelic Football

Fermanagh LGFA

Donegal LGFA

Derry Ladies Gaelic Football