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. […]
Many people say you’re the best player to come out of Fermanagh- how does that sit with you, Barry? “I don’t even know if I was the best player in Teemore” he modestly laughs, “when you play alongside the likes of Ciaran O’Reilly and them, who were great footballers, skilfully-wise. “ It is […]
Since Pete McGrath took over Fermanagh, they have steadily been improving.
On Saturday Fermanagh played Wexford on their home turf and after a bit of a struggle our quality and superior fitness finally got us over the line.
Putting good seasons back to back is something Fermanagh have struggled to do. This team will have to learn that lesson if they are to thrive.
It’s the first week of November and for most clubs their season should have been finished over a month ago, writes BARRY OWENS.
Fermanagh’s stellar run to the All-Ireland championship quarter-finals has received recognition in the 2015 GAA GPA All-Star Football Nominations.
The day that the Fermanagh footballers have been waiting for is finally upon us and all the hard nights put in up at Lissan will feel like a distant memory.
With the national football league all done and dusted, where does it leave the Fermanagh senior team?
The start of this year’s league campaign last weekend will have come as something of a relief to the majority of club players, signalling the end of many weeks of torturous pre-season training and challenge games.