Here we go again, Fermanagh lock horns with Antrim this Sunday at Glenavy in a third championship encounter this year, and a fifth time since January. As it stands it’s three wins from four for the Erne girls, but Jonny Garrity and his players are still stinging from their Ulster final loss. Having beaten the […]
There’s an air of expectation in Fermanagh about Saturday’s national league final clash with Antrim at Clones. The stars, it would seem are aligning for the county. Hogan cup glory, Towns cup joy for Enniskillen, Josh Elliott’s motorcycle success and Ballinamallard’s Irish cup appearance, it’s a good time for sport in the county, a good […]
Dr McKenna Cup Group B Fermanagh 0-19 Antrim 0-5 By John Hughes Fermanagh have become accustomed to beating Antrim in recent years, call it ongoing revenge for Baker Bradley’s Ulster Championship raid in 2013. However, despite taking on the Saffrons numerous times since that blow to the pride, they have surely never played quite such […]
Since Pete McGrath took over Fermanagh, they have steadily been improving.
Keith Reilly has revealed his team to take on Antrim in Sunday’s Ulster Championship opener in Brewster Park.
Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath will reveal his starting line-up to face Antrim tonight at Club Éirne annual Members and Patrons night in the Westville.
Enniskillen Collegiate continued their stranglehold on the Ulster Girls Schools Cup, lifting the trophy for the 8th time in the past nine years.
This Fermanagh under 21 panel is probably one of the best prepared sides from the county to field in the Ulster championship in recent years.
The first two points are on the board after a hard fought win against Meath in tough conditions.
With the action on the pitch almost wrapped up Chris Breen casts an eye back over the season and reveals his awards for 2015.