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Queen’s GAA Club Invite Management and Coaching Applications

Queen’s GAA Club Invite Management and Coaching Applications

May 29th, 2017 | Camogie, Featured Homepage News, Gaelic Football, Hurling, Ladies Football, Queens GAA News

Coaching Opportunities at Queen’s University GAA Clubs Queen’s Sport and Queen’s GAA Clubs are inviting applications and expressions of interest in a variety of management and coaching roles for 2017/18 academic year.   The following roles are under consideration:   Gaelic Football Head Coach – Management of Sigerson Cup squad and leadership of coaching across […]

Proposed GAA Calendar Continued…

Proposed GAA Calendar Continued…

March 1st, 2017 | Queens GAA Blog

Club Season Overview To ensure a club season of at least equal duration to the county season, elements of competition will have to be progressed without the participation of county players. The CCC in each county are required that club games are set (offset from own county fixture) weekly and maintained in the overwhelming majority […]

Proposed Alternative GAA Calendar

Proposed Alternative GAA Calendar

March 1st, 2017 | Queens GAA Blog, Queens GAA News

With the current debate around fixtures seesawing between priority for clubs, the power of county senior managers and the pros and cons of the “Super 8s” it has somehow been lost that small changes won’t fix what is a huge logistical issue. The traditional calendar is no longer fit for purpose and sells most elements […]

2017 Sigerson Cup First Round

2017 Sigerson Cup First Round

January 24th, 2017 | Featured Homepage News, Gaelic Football, Queens GAA News

Queen’s University Sigerson team take their first step in the 2017 championship this coming Wednesday at 2pm at home to perennial competition challengers Dublin City University. After a bright Ryan Cup campaign and several friendly match wins against county opposition pre Christmas, the McKenna Cup proved to be an attritional affair with heavy pitches and fluctuating […]

2017 McKenna Cup Begins

2017 McKenna Cup Begins

January 6th, 2017 | Featured Homepage News, Gaelic Football, Queens GAA News

The competitive element of 2017 gets underway in earnest this Sunday as the McKenna Cup swings into action to shake the festive cobwebs from players and supporters alike. Queen’s University will open their account in the competition by travelling to Downpatrick, where Down will ready a warm welcome. The traditional links between Queen’s and Down […]

Conor McGurk Tournament in association with The Downey Group Launched for 2017

Conor McGurk Tournament in association with The Downey Group Launched for 2017

December 14th, 2016 | Camogie, Featured Homepage News, Hurling, Queens GAA News

  Queen’s University Hurling Club are pleased to announce the invitational pre University Championship / County National League tournament to be played throughout the month of January at the playing fields at Upper Malone (The Dub). The competition, which is supported by Comhairle Uladh, will feature this year feature six teams who will compete in […]

Queen’s University announce the 2016 Future Stars All Star team

Queen’s University announce the 2016 Future Stars All Star team

December 14th, 2016 | Featured Homepage News, Gaelic Football, Queens GAA News

Queen’s University have named the team selected to receive Future Stars awards for 2016. These awards recognise players competing for their schools within the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Year twelve competitions from “A” to “D” grades and were selected after a trial process across three days at “The Dub”, with very few simple deliberations. Chairman […]

Queen’s clash with Scottish Universities in Shinty challenges

Queen’s clash with Scottish Universities in Shinty challenges

November 14th, 2016 | Camogie, Featured Homepage News, Hurling, Queens GAA News

Queen’s University Camogie and Hurling Clubs hosted the Scottish Universities representative Shinty teams in two tests at Upper Malone on Saturday past. Played under merged rules, both games provided a tremendous spectacle and two encounters full of pace, physicality and no small amount of skill. Shinty and Hurling are the modern version of ancient games […]

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