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 […]


Captaining Fermanagh is a ‘massive honour’ for Gordon


ANDREA Gordon is one of the most experienced players in the Fermanagh ladies squad at 35 years of age, but surprisingly, she will be making her debut when she leads the Ernesiders out at Silverbridge on Saturday. For over two decades, Gordon has been one of the stalwart of the Derrygonnelly Harps ladies team and when new […]


Manager Donnelly expecting a tough test from Saffrons


AS the popular Tiesto song lyrics go, “Let’s get down, let’s get down to business” and that’ll be the feeling of Fermanagh players and management this Saturday evening. The ‘warm up’ in the Dr McKenna Cup has played out and now it’s time to deliver when it really matters. Fermanagh manager, Kieran Donnelly has had […]