Corrigan and Timoney ready to row for Ireland


On Monday two Fermanagh men will row for Ireland at the World Championships in Racice in the Czech Republic. Kinawley man Ross Corrigan and Enniskillen’s Nathan Timoney will wear the green in the Men’s Four at the first Senior World Championships since to be held since 2019. The two Fermanagh men previously rowed together at […]


McCaughey wins NI and Ulster title


By Paul O’Neill With his best ever finish on the track being silver over the 10000m distance, Conan Mc Caughey wanted that first track provincial title. On Saturday, a very small field assembled at the Mary Peters Track for this year’s 10000m Championships. With Scott Rankin in the field, McCaughey was going to be made […]


McCartney makes impressive senior step up in Rome


One month after her junior debut, Ellie McCartney made her Swim Ireland senior debut at the 2022 European Championships in Rome. Competing in three different events, McCartney, who was the youngest member of the team went head-to-head with European, Olympic and Commonwealth medallists. The Enniskillen swimmer’s highlight came in the 200m breaststroke finishing 24th in Europe. However, the […]


Award leaves Mahon jumping for joy


For Irvinestown man Conal Mahon playing the long game has paid dividends. The Irish triple jump champion is the recipient of the Fermanagh Herald’s Sports Personality Award for June, but as he freely admits, success did not come overnight. “I was a late bloomer [in athletics]. Everyone starts off wanting to be Usain Bolt, but if […]


Inspirational Tilly takes part in Transplant Games


“The measure of life is not its duration but its donation.” -Peter Marshall There is no greater act of love than to donate an organ to someone in need. Young Tilly Coyle is living proof of the power of organ donation. When little Tilly made her entry into this world in 2014, soon after she experienced […]


Three gold medals at Irish Schools’ Championships


By Paul O’Neill The qualification started in late April at the District Championships before the provincial finals last month. Last Saturday, over 1200 athletes from 369 schools fought it out for the 122 titles on offer at the Irish Schools’ Championships held at the Tullamore stadium. St Michael’s athlete, Jack O’Connor, has been in scintillating form […]


Coulter says the team is ‘hungry’ for Mulhern Cup glory


ELEVEN years ago, Enniskillen Rangers’ player-manager, Neil Coulter, was in the exact same ‘boat’. Looking forward to a Mulhern Cup final, the only difference being he was player-manager with Ballinamallard United back then. Coulter helped the Mallards overcome Tummery Athletic, beating them 5-4 on penalties and he’ll be looking for the same outcome this Friday evening when his […]

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