Sweet Sigerson success

Usually, this award goes to one person but on this occasion, there’s no separating Josh Largo Elis and Ronan McCaffrey. The two Fermanagh players were part of the University of Ulster Jordanstown’s (UUJ) Sigerson Cup winning team in February when they won the first championship title for the university since 2008. Largo Elis and McCaffrey were linchpins of Barry […]

Experienced Duffy focused on a good start this Sunday

The last time Fermanagh won the Lory Meagher Cup, it was Lisbellaw man John Duffy who raised the trophy aloft. The memories of that day are ‘special’ said the 32-year-old; “It’s a very special thing. Stepping up them steps and lifting the trophy. “It’s a very special day and a very special event. It will always […]

Super Cup Monday set to be a big one

The venues and times for this year’s Super Cup NI have been confirmed with the opening day, Monday 22 July certainly one to whet the appetite. Co. Fermanagh Juniors play Rangers in the early afternoon (2.30pm) in Bushmills and that evening, the glamour for the Premier side against Manchester Utd kicks off at 7pm at Riada Stadium in […]

McCartney crowned Irish Open Champion

Enniskillen swimmer Ellie McCartney took gold in the 200m Individual Medley at the Irish Open Championships in Dublin late yesterday afternoon.  In the final event of day two at the championships, McCartney took a commanding win to be crowned National Champion in 2:16.04 ahead of UCD’s Jena Macdougald (2:20.71) and Portmarnock’s Megan Jones (2:22.85). On […]

Scoring supremo Cutler chasing fourth Junior Cup win

With three Irish Junior Cup winners’ medals to his name, Enniskillen Rangers’ Mark Cutler has never scored in a cup final – but could that change on Friday night? Cutler is the leading goalscorer at the club this season, with 30 (16 league goals and 14 cup goals). Having played in the 2017,’18,’19 and ‘20 […]

Howe named in NI squad for Euros double header

Maguiresbridge player Casey Howe has retained her place in Tanya Oxtoby’s Northern Ireland squad for the upcoming Euro qualifiers’ double-header against Portugal.  The Athlone Town striker came off the bench against Bosnia and Herzegovina for her first competitive international cap and set up their third goals, after missing the Malta game with a stomach bug.  […]

Fermanagh GAA boss Donnelly ready for ‘tough’ Wicklow

LAST weekend Fermanagh played their final challenge match in preparation for the start of the Tailteann Cup, with a game against Monaghan, and despite losing it by six points, Erne manager, Kieran Donnelly says “the preparations have gone as well as they could have” as they ready themselves for Saturday’s game with Wicklow. “We purposely left […]

Kerr ‘delighted’ with Appeals Committee decision

Enniskillen Rangers has been reinstated in the Irish Junior Cup Final after the IFA Appeals Committee upheld Rangers’ appeal by a unanimous decision.   The hearing took place yesterday (Tuesday) and comes off the back of an earlier decision by the IFA Disciplinary Committee on April 25 which resulted in a £350 fine on Rangers and […]

Fermanagh man Malachy O’Rourke on reaching the pinnacle

WHAT a start to the year it was for Derrylin man, Malachy O’Rourke. In one of the most captivating All Ireland Club Finals in recent times, O’Rourke’s Glen men came from behind to beat St Brigid’s of Roscommon 2-10 to 1-12 to win their first-ever All Ireland club title. It was redemption after the men […]

Fermanagh principal McTeggart happy to leave on a high

LESS than 24 hours after helping the boys’ under 15.5 side bring an Ulster title back to the school, St Aidan’s School Principal, Pat McTeggart informed the staff that he will be retiring at the end of this academic year. And what a way to bow out for a man who has been immersed in […]