GAA Partnership

Our Partnership

In 2017, Translink launched a new partnership with Ulster GAA as an official corporate partner.

The GAA is an important part of many local communities that we serve and we are pleased to recognise the talent and dedication within the local GAA club scene.

Our popular Translink Ulster GAA Volunteer of the Month and Coach of the Year initiatives will be running again during 2019-20

Coach of the Year

The Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year award is open to coaches who work with teams at any level and from every code within the GAA in Ulster. It is designed to recognise those coaches who, through exceptional commitment to the teaching and development of Gaelic games, put players, club and community first.

The Translink Ulster GAA Young Volunteer Award scheme is designed to celebrate the important contribution young members of the association make to their clubs and communities.Gaelic Football, Hurling, Camogie and Handball clubs across Ulster are encouraged to nominate young people aged 14-24 years old, whose actions best demonstrate the volunteering ethos and community spirit, for the monthly award.

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