Derrygonnelly celebrate clinching their fifth successive county title.

Harps seeking first Ulster scalp on the road


Ulster Club SFC quarter-final Cargin v Derrygonnelly Sunday, Corrigan Park, Belfast 2.30pm Ref: Paul Faloon    For the past five years Derrygonnelly have emerged from Fermanagh winning County titles with ruthless efficiency. The test this Sunday for the Erne kingpins is to press on in the Ulster club championship with the lure of a clash […]


Double delight for Derrygonnelly


Two weeks after securing the five-in-a-row Derrygonnelly are celebrating clinching the double after getting the better of Ederney in a tempestuous decider in a drenched Kinawley. There was just a point between the sides at half-time and although Ederney lost Stephen McElrone to a second yellow card early in the second half, the St Joseph’s […]


Ducks look to keep the run going at Dixon Park


Ballinamallard are looking to make it five wins on the bounce as they travel back up the M1 this weekend, this time to take on fourth from bottom Ballyclare. The Comrades have endured indifferent form of late, but Harry McConkey knows Ballinamallard seldom ever get anything easy at the south Antrim venue. “Dixon Park has […]


Sean Duffy

Duffy takes aim at top table following resignation


Sean Duffy has announced his shock decision to step down as county hurling manager.  Duffy had been in charge of the Erne hurlers as they have gone through a period of transition following their Lory Meagher Cup triumph in 2015. This year saw the team turning something of a corner. Fermanagh ended a 673 day […]


Derrygonnelly celebrate clinching their fifth successive county title.

Derrygonnelly are five alive


Derrygonnelly created a special slice of Harps history on Sunday as they secured the club’s first ever five-in-a-row of county titles.


Cassidy’s hunger for club football remains undimmed


Derrygonnelly have seven senior Fermanagh championships to their credit. An unbroken constant through that seam of success which runs back to 1995 is Kevin Cassidy. He had to sit out the 2015 championship with injury, but other than that he’s been an integral member of every Harps side that ever lifted the New York Gold […]


Championship

Rivalry renewed


With 2-18 under his belt, Sean Quigley looks assured of finishing as the senior championship’s top scorer in 2019. His nearest rival, Belnaleck’s Darragh McGurn who registered 3-11, will only be able to watch from the stands as Roslea take on Derrygonnelly in the decider. While the Roslea number 14 is clearly his side’s shining […]


Sideline

Cullen gets All-Ireland call up


One man who won’t have to worry about the ticket hunt for the eagerly anticipated All-Ireland final replay between Dublin and Kerry is Belleek’s Niall Cullen. The highly rated whistler has been named as the sideline official for the big day, set for Croke Park on Saturday week.  Cork’s Conor Lane will be the man […]


McMenamin confirmed as Fermanagh manager


Ryan McMenamin was installed as Fermanagh manager at last night’s meeting of Fermanagh GAA’s County Committee. The Dromore man was a part of Rory Gallagher’s back room team for the past two years and provides some welcome continuity. The County Board statement said, “Ryan brings experience and knowledge from having worked with the senior squad […]


Gallagher

Search begins for Gallagher successor


As the county absorbs the news of Rory Gallagher’s departure, thoughts turn to who will be next to take on the mantle of senior manager. In some respects the team is in a period of transition. Players like Eoin Donnelly, Ryan Jones and Barry Mulrone have over 100 games in the county jersey, while the […]