The Irish Daily Mail Sigerson Cup takes centre stage at Queen’s GAA Festival this weekend, with the finals acting as a trial for the GAA’s new clock and hooter system for the first time. Approval is being sought at GAA Congress this weekend to extend the use of the countdown system for all football and hurling championship […]
Queen’s GAA Festival in Belfast is now in full swing and organisers are encouraging people to make the most of their Festival experience by enjoying the entertainment off the pitch. With thousands of visitors due to flock to Belfast over the remaining three weekends of the Festival, the Festival programme extends off the pitch as […]
After a tremendous weekend of competition and entertainment, the finals day results and respective Ashbourne & Purcell All Stars have been announced
Shane D’arcy, President of Third Level Camogie, was delighted with hosts Queens after Day One of the Ashbourne weekend on Saturday February 15.
The fixtures, times & officials have been confirmed for the upcoming Ashbourne weekend.
The Queen’s GAA Festival opens officially on Thursday 13th February with an exciting program of entertainment at the Whitla Hall and Speakeasy from 6pm. Hosted by Cool FM’s flagship DJ Connor Phillips, we will have a carnival of music, dance and entertainment. An array of groups will entertain the masses outside and inside the famed […]
In a shock few anticipated at the Dub complex this afternoon, Queen’s mens footballers were humbled at home by Connacht underdogs Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), dropping out of the Sigerson Cup at the first round stage on a 2-6 to 0-8 scoreline. The game was still there for the taking in the closing […]
The Queen’s GAA Festival is excited to announce a special sports discussion panel at Upper Malone on Friday the 14th February at 7pm. In partnership with the Department for Culture, Arts & Leisure BBC personality Mark Sidebottom will host an evening of lively discussion with leading sporting & political personalities around the theme of “Sport […]
One of the largest sporting events to take place in Northern Ireland this year has been officially launched at Belfast City Hall. Queen’s GAA Festival, which runs from February 13 to March 22, is set to welcome over 12,000 people to the City, providing a major boost to the local economy, as well as the […]
The quest for the Sigerson Cup begins tomorrow when hosts Queen’s University entertain UL at the Dub in the preliminary round tomorrow (Tuesday). Sigerson Cup Preliminary round Queen’s Vs University of Limerick Dub Arena 2pm Referee – Barry Cassidy