Our Open Days on Thursday 11 and Friday 12 September gave every Upper 6th student in Northern Ireland the opportunity to find out more about the courses we offer, the range of sporting, cultural and social activities available, and the excellent facilities and services which will help you make the most of student life in addition to […]
Queen’s University have announced details of this year’s one day Sean O’Neill Academy high performance workshop for school leavers, which will take place on Sunday 5th October at Riddel Hall. This event has been developed in conjunction with the Ulster Colleges and is aimed at the best Gaelic Footballers and hurlers, male & female, from […]
Applications are now open for the Queen’s GAA Academy for 2014/15. Any Queen’s player across all five Gaelic Games codes and at all levels who wishes to apply for support for their development this year must do so through the Sean O’Neill GAA Academy ONLINE APPLICATIONS
James McCartan has returned to GAA management as the new head coach at Queen’s University. The former Allstar and All-Ireland winner will take the helm as senior team manager and will be the leading figure in a new coaching structure for Gaelic Football at the Belfast college. McCartan recently stepped down after five years as […]
We are pleased to announce that McAleer & Teague are continuing their association with Gaelic Games a Queen’s University and will once again sponsor the Football Club PMU’s Golf Classic. Shandon Park will host the classic for the first time after a period of unbroken hospitality from Rockmount and will offer our returning golfers an […]
Queen’s GAA Vice President Dessie Ryan was the feature of a lengthy Irish News article this week, documenting the Tyrone man’s life, career & coaching. Friends and former players contributed to a fleeting insight into Dessie the leader, coach and friend of Gaelic Football at Queen’s University. For those who missed it, below is the […]
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 […]
Queen’s University Gaelic Football Club has decided to enter the 2014 Power NI Dr McKenna Cup.