As we come to the end of the year it is high time we handed out some alternative awards. To those who inspired, frustrated and downright confused us during the course of the season. And we begin with the latter.
St Michael’s College Enniskillen is launching ‘The MacRory Cup – the story of Ulster College Senior Football’ this Thursday evening in the College assembly hall at 7pm.
It is usually around this time of year that the quality of Fermanagh club football falls under the spotlight. It being Ulster Club season there is an opportunity to assess our clubs against those from other counties.
The pursuit of goals is an obsession verging on addiction for Roslea. And it’s hard to argue with them when their three majors here proved the winning of the game.
Following Fermanagh’s exit of the All Ireland Qualifiers, it is understood that the experienced Barry Owens is retiring from inter-county football.
In what has at times been a difficult few weeks for Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath the Down native was given a real boost by the return of Barry Owens to the squad.
Fermanagh manager, Peter Canavan was in a happier mood this week following his team’s win over Cavan, in Cavan. It brings them back on track for promotion, after their set-back against Monaghan.