A Winning Read
It has been another impressive year for Fermanagh GAA at all levels. The highlight was the history-making St Michael’s, Enniskillen side’s run to MacRory and Hogan Cup glory. A first ever A grade All-Ireland title coming to the shores of the Erne. The county seniors almost grabbed promotion to NFL Division 1, while the senior ladies tasted league glory and made the All-Ireland junior final
2019 was an historic year too for the Fermanagh u20s as they finally broke the county’s miserable record at this level with a memorable victory over a fancied Donegal side in the Ulster quarter-final.
At club level Derrygonnelly clinched the five-in-a-row and came within an ace of making the Ulster final, losing out to eventual champions Kilcoo. Elsewhere Kinawley and Maguiresbridge celebrated capture of county silverware.
It was a year of revival for the Fermanagh hurlers ending an sustained winless spell, before going on a run which almost took the county into the Lory Meagher final.
Celebrating a historic year for both club and county the Fermanagh GAA Annual 2020 has hit newsagent shelves this week!
This year’s bumper publication includes:
- Dom Corrigan reflects on creating MacRory and Hogan Cup history
- Sean Quigley looks ahead to 2020 with enthusiasm
- Aoife Flanagan on making sacrifices to line out with Fermanagh ladies
- Barry Owens reflects on a busy GAA season
- How the Erne hurlers turned things around
- Five minutes with rising star Darragh McGurn
- Club by club season review
- Full stats and results from a packed season
Brought to you by the locally owned and run North-West News Group the Fermanagh GAA Annual 2020 reflects the company’s commitment to quality local sports coverage in the county.
Fermanagh GAA Annual editor John Hughes said, “When you consider our resources, it’s amazing how successful Fermanagh is. This annual is the story of that success. St Michael’s winning the MacRory and Hogan Cups, the senior footballers competing and holding their own against some of the best teams out there, Derrygonnelly coming so close to making an Ulster final, the ladies securing promotion against the odds. Fermanagh is a very special GAA place, and we’re just glad to be able to give people a record of that achievement. Something they can look at and go, ‘Jees, we did all that?!’”
Available to purchase in newsagents from Monday the 9th December at just £7.95/€9.50 the Fermanagh GAA Annual 2020 is the perfect stocking filler for any GAA Fan this Christmas.
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