For many years the famous bar had been the ‘go to’ watering hole for Fermanagh sports and music fans.
30 years ago Peter Quinn became the 30th president of the GAA. His time in office left a lasting legacy and now as he enjoys retirement as a grandfather of five, in an exclusive two-part interview, he talks about his presidency, playing days, family life and faith, amongst other things. March, 1991 and Teemore […]
One man who won’t have to worry about the ticket hunt for the eagerly anticipated All-Ireland final replay between Dublin and Kerry is Belleek’s Niall Cullen. The highly rated whistler has been named as the sideline official for the big day, set for Croke Park on Saturday week. Cork’s Conor Lane will be the man […]
A LOCAL family who were rescued by the RNLI at Bundoran beach have helped spread a lifesaving message during Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling semi-final. Cahir McCallion (10) and his sister Beth (8) were swimming close to the shore on a beach in Bundoran in May 2018 when they became caught in a rip current which dragged […]
Sunday sees Fermanagh and Antrim locking horns for the fourth time in 2019. The Ernesiders have come out on top in the three previous encounters. One of those clashes was in the Division 4 league final in Clones. It’s back to St Tiernach’s on Sunday, with silverware on the line once again. Despite that 100 […]
GREY clouds, cold air and a pathetic excuse for a programme contrast with the bright blue and gold of the refurbished Pearse Park stand as the steady trickle of supporters enters the Longford grounds. In the elevated press box, Ger Tracey and Peter McGinnity readying for live commentary, Phil Flanagan keeping social media up to […]
THE MOST eagerly awaited gaelic football game of the year has huge local interest as Monaghan take on Tyrone this Sunday for a place in the All-Ireland final. Derrylin man and PE teacher at St Joseph’s College, Malachy O’Rourke hopes to manage Monaghan to their very first All-Ireland final, while in the red and white […]
‘I used to sit at meetings in Enniskillen looking out at the water thinking I would love a boat up here so I ended up moving.’
Quigley points Fermanagh to league promotion.
With the action on the pitch almost wrapped up Chris Breen casts an eye back over the season and reveals his awards for 2015.