Aiming for the final

Tomorrow (Thursday) morning at 11.05am, Fermanagh men Ross Corrigan and Nathan Timoney will bid to book their place in the Senior World Championship Men’s Four ‘A’ Final. After a successful heat on Monday morning in Racice, in the Czech Republic, the Irish boat qualified for the semi-final. They pushed winners, Great Britain, all the way, and now […]

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 […]

Ronan O’Neill joins Fermanagh backroom team

Tyrone All Ireland winner Ronan O’Neill has joined the Fermanagh senior squad’s backroom team. O’Neill’s appointment was ratified last Monday night and he will be joining as a coach with particular emphasis on forward play, confirmed Fermanagh selector Ger Treacy. The Omagh St Enda’s club man is one of the up-and-coming coaches in the country […]

Welsh confident of a win this weekend

Not even the downpours could deter a big crowd from coming out to watch this much-anticipated derby game at Mullaghmeen on Saturday afternoon. While the result didn’t go Enniskillen’s way, coach Stephen Welsh was buoyed by the improvement he witnessed from their first defeat against CIYMS. “It was chalk and cheese from the first week” […]

Wanderers beat the Crues to bring home the Shield

The wet and windy conditions didn’t deter the Irvinestown Wanderers 2012s on Sunday as they travelled to Belfast for a tournament hosted by the Albert Foundry Academy. Tournament favourites Belfast Celtic and Shankill Junior were both in Irvinestown’s group along with North Belfast side St Malachy’s. Up first was Shankill but the Fermanagh boys disposed […]

Can Corrigan end 84 years of hurt?

Only a few will remember the last time Kinawley won the Division One trophy because you have to rewind the clock 84 years, to 1938. The Boru’s didn’t feature in another league final until 1963 when they lined out against Devenish but because of torrential rain, the game was abandoned. The replay was played in ‘64 […]

Manager Ryder ready to end Division One drought

The team of the season so far, without a shadow of doubt has been Erne Gaels. The Belleek men extended their winning run to nine consecutive league games against Enniskillen Gaels on Friday night. In a pulsating Brewster Park clash, the Belleek men showed they have the mental strength to grind out a win and knock over […]

Early season shock as Robinson departs Kesh

As news filtered through on Thursday afternoon that Scott Robinson had stepped down as Kesh manager, it raised some eyebrows in Fermanagh & Western circles and beyond. With the season just over a week old, news that Robinson had stepped aside was confirmed by NFC Kesh on their Facebook page on Thursday evening. The club […]

‘Just go for it’ urges O’Donnell

IT’S a big ask but one last year’s Intermediate Championship and Division Two double-winning side, Enniskillen, are looking forward to. Three teams have opted to play in a newly formed Fermanagh Senior Championship with Derrygonnelly and Kinawley fulfilling the other two spots. Kinawley are hot favourites to take the honours but Derrygonnelly will not be […]

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 […]