Ladies’ Football Queen’s LGFC went form strength to strength in 2017-18 with both a new management and committee heading up on-field activities and club development. Mark Doran, Benny Marron and Caolan Hendron formed a strong coaching team which created an environment for a significant increase in participation throughout the year. Backboned by county stars from […]
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Camogie The camogie season was one which began with expectations high of a strong run in the Purcell Cup. Returning coaches Joe Baldwin and Ciara Hayes were joined by new recruits Aidan McGowan and Mark Rafferty to form a strong managerial team which guided the camogs through a solid pre-season. The league was used primarily […]
Hurling The hurling club at Queen’s began the year with strong ambitions in the Ryan Cup and intending to build on the hard work undertaken over the previous few years. With Loughgiel club man Aaron Carey at the helm of the club – and the full back line – solid work on recruitment and player […]
The 2017/18 season is in the books and it’s time for Queen’s GAA to reflect on a season of ups and downs on the field. There was end-of-year success for our ladies’ footballers and camogs, while our men’s sides suffered agonising defeats in their respective competitions. Our teams played over 50 competitive fixtures in all […]
Queen’s GAA member Mark Doyle was announced as Queen’s SU Volunteer of the Year at the 2018 awards on Thursday evening. Mark served valiantly as a coach, steward, referee, committee member, and in many other roles all through the year and made an incredible contribution to the club.
Queen’s Sport Development Manager Karl Oakes, in his role as Sport Development Manager and Deputy Head of Sport, oversees the activities of all performance sport at Queen’s. A member of the Russell Gaelic Union, Downpatrick and a former GAA coach at the university, Karl is a Queen’s graduate and a keen supporter of the student GAA […]