Ulster delight for Irvinestown musicians!


THREE traditional musicians from Irvinestown CCE achieved Ulster glory at the provincial Fleadh which was held in Dromore last weekend. Brothers Seán and Conor McAleer, sons of All-Ireland champion musician Brenda McCann, followed in their mothers footsteps by winning on the big stage, Seán came first place in the 12-15 Lilting competition and third in […]


Emma’s making waves in the music scene!


Emma Leonard from Derrygonnelly is an up and coming music talent in Fermanagh. During lockdown, she taught herself how to play the guitar and now is a regular in bars around the county. A crazy Liverpool fan, she is also a star player for Derrygonnelly Harps Senior Ladies. Emma took on our 20 questions this […]


Cuilcagh walk organised in memory of late Peter Jones


By Mark McGoldrick THE workforce at Tracey Concrete is set to embark on a challenging climb up Cuilcagh Mountain on Saturday in memory of one of their ‘longest standing employees’, the late Peter Jones. Peter Jones, a father of six, passed away last July following a tragic accident at Lough Melvin. The Boho-native played an […]


Everyone has played their part, says McGloin


By Mark McGoldrick MOLLY McGloin wore the captain’s armband for Fermanagh on Sunday in Kiltoom and she produced a standout display for the Erne county as they booked their place in the All-Ireland Junior Championship decider. The Newtownbutler defender lined out in the number three jersey for Fermanagh and was a rock in the Erne […]


VIDEO: Happy Retirement Dom!


Happy Retirement Dom! After years at St Michael’s College, Dom Corrigan has called it a day.   He leaves with a lasting legacy having led the college to vast success on the Gaelic field, including MacRory Cup titles and a Hogan Cup.   A few of Dom’s old friends have paid him a special tribute. […]


Fermanagh secure semi final meeting with Limerick


By Mark McGoldrick The Fermanagh senior ladies team are now just one game away from a place in the All-Ireland Junior final. Fermanagh’s final group game with Derry, scheduled for last Sunday, was conceded by the Oak Leafers resulting in the Erne ladies getting the two points which moved them top of their group. The other […]


Fermanagh MS Society set for charity walk


THE Fermanagh Group of the MS [Multiple Sclerosis] Society is set to embark on a fundraising 1k and 5k in Necarne on July 9. The MS walk, an idea which stemmed from illness suffer Siobhan Allister, has raised over £90,000 for the charity. She is hopeful that the Fermanagh community will support their fundraising efforts once […]


Police appeal after Fermanagh forest fire


POLICE are appealing for information following a fire in a Fermanagh forest. At approximately 4pm on Monday 20 June, the PSNI were alerted to a fire damage caused in Jenkin’s forest in Cooneen, Brookeborough. A spokesperson for the police urged people to come forward. “If anyone has seen anyone acting suspicious in the area please […]


Sadness following death of teacher and local historian


THE people of Fermanagh were left saddened following the death of former Mount Lourdes Grammar School teacher and local historian Frank Rogers. Mr Rogers passed away on Friday last. An avid Gaelic Games enthusiast, he represented both Lisnaskea Emmetts in Fermanagh and St Josephs Glenavy in Antrim. With St Joseph’s Glenavy, Mr Rogers was an ‘excellent […]