Ulster finished in the runners up spot at U-13,U-15,Premier and Masters 40 plus and 50 plus and in third place at U-17 and Grade A in the FZ Forza Inter Pros in Dublin. A number of the teams were under strength due to player unavailability and injury.
The head to head Masters ties between Ulster and Leinster each finished on six matches all after many close matches and overall the Ulster women were in excellent form particularly at 40 plus winning all three doubles through Gillian Grimes and Jayne Orr, Karen Ballentine and Dorothy McCullough and Deborah Kane and Laura Magill. Completing the wins at 40 plus were Jeff Kearon and Brian Moore in the mens doubles and Jonathan Perry and Jayne Orr and Brian Moore and Laura Magill in the Mixed.
At 50 plus, the Ulster winners were Nelson McDowell and Ian Young and Colin Carmichael and Kieran McMahon in the mens doubles, Lynne Anderson and Carol Dunbar and Christine Graham and Heather Harron in the womens doubles, and Nelson McDowell and Liz Gault and Kieran McMahon and Christine Graham in the Mixed.