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 2014 league season wrapped up and as is par for the course for most clubs it has been a question of underachievement. For at the end of the day there’s only going to be one winner.
Few would argue with the view Roslea are the Fermanagh side best equipped to make a challenge in the provincial senior club championship.
The parish of Botha, which takes in Derrygonnelly, Boho and Monea, welcomes Fr Ben Hughes for a six-day Mission
You have to feel for Sylvester Mulrone’s men, forced to taste semi-final defeat for the second time this season.
Fancied championship contenders Devenish and Derrygonnelly both share the distinction of having come to grief at the hands of Teemore. With those championship hopes now a distant memory, league honours take centre stage.
The late Derrygonnelly artist Liam Elliott was remembered at the weekend with a special exhibition in Doogie’s Bar as part of the Eddie Duffy festival.
Derrygonnelly booked their place in the county final with an accomplished display against a youthful St Patrick’s outfit in Kinawley last Saturday.
Roslea have seen their position as championship favourites strengthened with exit of Tempo and Derrygonnelly
A goal, their third of the evening, flicked home by centre half forward Darragh Dolan in the dying moments delivered the minor championship A title to Erne Gaels in what had been a rousing contest played on a splendid Brewster Park.