‘We want to win’ says Ryder

ON Sunday, Erne Gaels travel to Carrickmore in their quest to win a first ever game in the Ulster Intermediate Football Championship. The Belleek men take on Tyrone champions Moortown, following their two-point victory over their neighbours Devenish three weeks ago in the Fermanagh decider. Erne Gaels men certainly celebrated the win and are still savouring the success […]

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Fermanagh whisky sets European auction record

A FERMANAGH based distillery became a record breaker this week when the first bottle of Scotts Irish Whisky was sold for £11,000 at an auction for a charity fundraising event for the London Irish Centre. The Scotts Irish Whisky became the most expensive first bottle of Irish whiskey ever sold in Europe. Conal Treacy, owner […]

Lisbellaw ready to embark on Ulster Club journey

When Rory Porteous leads Lisbellaw St Patrick’s out onto Brewster Park on Sunday, he will be hoping that this is only the start of the Ulster Championship run for the well-supported ‘Law. Porteous is set to captain the Lisbellaw men for the first time on Sunday, an honour which is amongst his top sporting achievements […]

Mohan guides Ireland u19s to Elite qualification stage

Tom Mohan is certainly making a name for himself in the world of international football. In 2019, the Aghadrumsee man guided the Ireland Under-19s to the semi-finals of the European Championships. Last week, a 1-1 draw with Bulgaria secured Ireland a place in the Elite stage in European qualifying – a feat which Mohan is […]

Marian clocks up the miles for Breast Cancer awareness

DURING the month of October, Marian Gallagher pulled on the walking shoes and clocked up the miles to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer Now. Over four weeks, the Derrygonnelly native walked 100 miles for the charity and raised a staggering £2,870 in the process. Marian, having witnessed at first hand the work that […]

Tributes pour in for Kathleen Richey

THE Fermanagh community has been rocked by the sad news of the untimely passing of Blacklion native, Kathleen Richey. The late Kathleen, of 15 Rock View, Blacklion, was a selfless servant to her local community, and made a life-long sacrifice to help others by founding and establishing the Fermanagh Trust organisation. Kathleen, along with her […]

Welsh hopes home advantage will give them the edge 

Enniskillen manager, Stephen Welsh, is striking a very confident tone ahead of this Saturday’s All Ireland Junior Cup quarter final tie with Ballyclare. “It will come down to fine margins on Saturday but we are confident that if we go out and play as we can play, the result should look after itself.” The Skins […]

New kids on the block – the Horan brothers

The Brewster’s, the Bradley’s, the Gunn’s, the Cassidy’s, those are just a few of the names synonymous with Enniskillen Gaels and all with one thing in common- brothers who have donned the Gaels jersey and reaped massive success. Now, a new crop of brothers, Brandon and Josh Horan, are bidding to win the New York cup […]