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Cream of Munster Hurling to arrive in Belfast for Fitzgibbon Cup

Cream of Munster Hurling to arrive in Belfast for Fitzgibbon Cup

February 26th, 2014 | Queens GAA News

Queen’s to also host AIL Rugby and Irish League Soccer matches on Festival weekend Stars of last year’s All Ireland Hurling final, Shane O’Donnell, Tony Kelly and Conor Lehane, and Clare hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald, are among the high profile hurlers who will feature in the Irish Daily Mail Fitzgibbon Cup at Queen’s GAA Festival […]

Sigerson Weekend and The Raparees!

Sigerson Weekend and The Raparees!

February 18th, 2014 | Queens GAA News

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 […]

Queen’s GAA Festival Opens with a Bang

Queen’s GAA Festival Opens with a Bang

February 10th, 2014 | GAA Festival 2014

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 […]

Sports Discussion Panel – Sidebottom, Brolly & Ringland

Sports Discussion Panel – Sidebottom, Brolly & Ringland

February 5th, 2014 | GAA Festival 2014

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 […]

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