Conor would Love a win against the Saffs

CONOR Love is one of three senior Fermanagh players who are eligible to play for the under-20 team in this Friday’s Ulster Championship quarter final.   Love was drafted into the senior panel this year after a superb club campaign with Enniskillen Gaels, where he hit 3-12 to fire the county town side to intermediate […]

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Baloucoune dreaming of first senior Ireland cap

ONE person who has always been by Robert Baloucoune’s side is his mother, Shirley. With the 23 year-old now on the cusp of getting his first Ireland cap, Shirley Baloucoune has the bags packed, the hotel booked and the tickets sorted, for Ireland’s upcoming game against Japan at the Aviva Stadium, on Saturday afternoon. “My […]

Hogan Heroes’ honoured by Niamh’s creative flair

ST MICHAEL’S College has recently unveiled three commemorative photo boards which follow its team journey of the historic Hogan Cup winning team of 2019 where the school made history as it won a maiden All-Ireland title in joyous scenes in Croke Park. These three masterpieces have been innovatively designed and created by Niamh Blake, daughter […]

Hoy primed and ready for Poland showdown

WITH the 2021 European Rally Championship commencing this weekend, Monea navigator Brian Hoy is eagerly anticipating the return to the gravel, as he re-joins Cathan McCourt for the coming season.   Brian, an experienced navigator has worked with various drivers including Peter Jennings, Neil Harron, Cathan McCourt and most recently Callum Devine, with the duo […]

Unsung Hero: Newtownbutler’s Seamus McLoughlin

SEAMUS McLoughlin has been a lifetime member of the Newtownbutler First Fermanaghs club.   During his many decades of service, Seamus has taken on a number of different roles and responsibilities ranging right from work within the club, to sharing the views of the First Fermanaghs at county board level within the county.   Being […]

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Noble to lead Team Ireland at Paris Olympics

Gavin Noble will go down in history as one of Fermanagh’s most successful athletes. The Fermangh Herald has learned that the Enniskillen-native has been selected to lead the Ireland Olympic Team at the Paris Games in 2024.   In a career that stretched for over 10 years, Gavin represented both Northern Ireland and the Republic […]

Fermanagh boss left to rue costly mistakes

RYAN McMenamin left Owenbeg on Saturday evening feeling bitterly disappointed as he watched his side succumb to a 19-point defeat at the hands of his former Erne boss Rory Gallagher.   Last week, Fermanagh left Brewster Park on a high and full of confidence after defeating the reigning Ulster Champions Cavan in an epic one […]

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