THIS WEEK for our Foodie Fermanagh feature we have taken a journey around the upper Lough Erne which, of course, takes in Derrylin, Bellanaleck, Florencecourt, Lisbellaw and Lisnaskea. Once again as the Herald put together a list of the restaurants and bars operating in this locality, we were struck by the range of choice […]
For the past 48 years, Paul Owens has played an active role in the Belnaleck Art MacMurrough’s club. Paul etched his name into the history books in Belnaleck when he played his part in a historic double league success over three decades ago. “I started playing for the club around 16. I played a […]
Member of the county senior panel, Kane Connor is one of the key figures in a Belnaleck side which in recent years has emerged as one of the most progressive squads in the county. For many years the McMurrough’s were out on the fringe, making up the numbers, but those days are in the past, […]
Coiste Contae Fhearmanach is in the process of developing a three year strategic county plan to map out the county’s future
As a player with Leitrim county teams back in the 1980s, Gerry Flanagan was hard working, teak tough but fair. He never gave less than 100 per cent and that is one of the attributes he has been developing in this young Belnaleck side this season. Saturday night was a cruel defeat, but Flanagan was […]
There are few men more proud of their native place than Fr Brian Darcy.
It’s been an eventful ten months for Gerry Flanagan. Back at the start of the year Malachy McConnell got him talked into taking on the Belnaleck seniors. It’s a small club, not a huge pick, but the Aughawillan native says he didn’t need a huge amount of persuading to take on the job. “They […]
Erne junior champions Belnaleck can create a piece of history this Sunday if they can overcome the challenge of Derrytrasna to become the first Fermanagh side ever to reach the provincial final at this grade. The re-organisation of Fermanagh championship football a few seasons back has opened up doors for the clubs who are […]
The first weekend of Fermanagh championship action saw 22-200 scored in nine action packed clashes across the county.
The senior county side’s exit from the All-Ireland at the hands of Mayo ihas allowed the authorities a clear run at the domestic programme.