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In Our Lady’s we are incredibly proud of our fine sporting traditions in Gaelic Games. We have a staff of incredibly dedicated coaches who devote their time to the promotion of the game and offer our students many opportunities to progress and develop their skills. This includes training not only during school time but also Strength and Conditioning classes before school, weekend / holiday training, lunchtime league competitions, guest speakers, nutritional talks and challenge games. 

We have enjoyed many successes over the years and our most recent achievements in Ulster include our senior girls defeating Loretto Cavan to claim the first ever senior ladies A title for the school. Our Senior boys have been competing in the prestigious Mac Rory Cup competition for the second year and this year were narrowly defeated by CBS Omagh in the Quarter final.


Girls College Ulster All Star Awards:


  • 2023 / 2024 Laura Grimes, Hazel Hughes, Tara Renaghan, Niamh Flanagan

  • 2022 / 2023 Hannah Haughey , Laura Grimes, Niamh Flanagan, Hazel Hughes

  • 2021 / 2022: Amy Callan

  • 2019 / 2020: Orlagh Grimley, Jodie Mc Quillan, Aoife Flanagan & Jayne Drury

  • 2018 / 2019: Jennifer Duffy & Jayne Drury

  • 2017 / 2018: Niamh Kerr, Jennifer Duffy & Jayne Drury

  • 2016 / 2017: Aisling Callan & Niamh Kerr

  • 2015 / 2016:Muireann Atkinson, Celine Nally, Orlaith Maguire & Eimear Finnegan

  • 2014 / 2015: Muireann Atkinson & Niamh Callan

  • 2013 / 2014: Aoife Duffy, Niamh Callan & Muireann Atkinson

  • 2012 / 2013: Emma Mc Kenna

Boys College Ulster All Star Awards:


  • 2019: Robbie Hanratty 

  • 2017: James Wilson & Frank Connolly 

  • 2018: Jason Irwin won U16 Queen’s University Ulster All Star

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