Nothing less than a ‘top-notch’ performance will do

After what Dom Corrigan described as a ‘serious battle’ by ‘two fiercely committed teams going at it 100 percent’ it is Corrigan who now looks forward to a semi-final meeting with Derrygonnelly on Saturday in Ederney. Kinawley have overcome some bruising encounters on their journey to the semi-final and now another huge test lies in […]

Derby day decider for Kinawley and Belnaleck

IT’S a derby day decider this Saturday afternoon when Kinawley welcomes Belnaleck to Patrick McManus Park for the first of this weekend’s Senior Championship quarter-finals. Neither team have shown any consistency in the championship so far, with both scraping through their final round matches with a point to spare. Kinawley have had an extra week’s […]

‘It’s do or die’ warns Ryder, ahead of quarter-final

ERNE Gaels have the home advantage this weekend when they host Ederney on Sunday afternoon. The Belleek men enjoyed two wins from three in the championship campaign but lost their final-round match to Derrygonnelly. Erne Gaels manager, Seamus Ryder, says there was lots of leanings to be taken from that game; “We watched it back […]

New manager McGourty will leave ‘no stone unturned’

“I want to try and win everything that’s there and I’d want to make that clear to the players, if you give everything you can to me, then we’ll not be far away, because the management will leave no stone unturned.” That’s the message from the newly appointed Fermanagh ladies manager, CJ McGourty. The Antrim […]

Sports Personality Award goes to ERBC ‘Golden Girls’

From the banks of the Erne to the famous Dorney Lake in Buckinghamshire, nothing was beyond the Enniskillen Royal Boat Club Junior 14 girls who delivered gold in the octuple class back in May. The crew of Natalie Turner, Isabella Wright, Abbey McCarthy Magwood, Darcy Balfour, Grace Collins, Emily Black, Tori Davis, Caitlin Kelly and […]

Corrigan moves to Sydney

Fermanagh footballer Ciaran Corrigan will not be available to Kieran Donnelly this season. The 27 year-old, along with his girlfriend Taylor Maye, left for Australia on Monday and Corrigan has told the Herald that he is going to travel for at least six months. He flew to Sydney earlier this week, setting aside his intercounty and […]

CJ McGourty is the new Fermanagh ladies manager

Former Antrim inter-county footballer and hurler CJ McGourty is the new Fermanagh Ladies team manager. McGourty was ratified at a meeting of the County Board last night (Wednesday) and takes over from James Daly who vacated the post in July. McGourty, who hails from the the St Gall’s club in Belfast transferred to Ardboe in […]

Cassidy cleared to play for Gaels against Kinawley

ENNISKILLEN Gaels player Jonny Cassidy has had the red card he received against Ederney last weekend reduced to a yellow and will now be available to Simon Bradley for their meeting with Kinawley, this evening in Brewster Park (8pm).  Cassidy was issued a red card deep in injury time by referee Eoin Murphy but Enniskillen […]

Corrigan and Timoney: Living the dream

It’s a ‘dream come true’ is how Kinawley man Ross Corrigan described his, and Ennskillen man Nathan Timoney’s, achievement at the World Rowing Championships. The Fermanagh duo took the World bronze medal in Saturday’s final in Belgrade after qualifying the Irish Men’s Pair boat for the 2024 Olympics in Paris two days earlier. It’s a […]

Arrival of baby Jonah gives Robinson new perspective

AFTER almost a year out of the managerial hot seat, Scott Robinson has jumped right back into it, this time with Division Two side Orchard Farm. Robinson, who lives in Brookeborough, received numerous offers and inquiries for which he says he is ‘blessed and thankful’ but in the end, the lure of Farm, just a few […]