VIDEO: Gary McKenna says the replay will ‘stand to us’


Derrygonnelly booked their place in the Fermanagh Senior Championship semi final with an extra time win over the 2020 champions Ederney. The side’s could not be separated last week, forcing a replay under lights in Brewster Park tonight (Saturday) and the game was another tussle with the teams all square on 0-9 each at the […]

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Harps man Niall in the midst of World Cup fever in Qatar


JUST 18-months out from hosting the biggest international footballing tournament on the planet, World Cup fever is already gripping the football fans and local natives of Qatar. The World Cup in Qatar, which is scheduled to commence in November 2022, will be the first ever World Cup to be held in the Arab world and […]


United in mourning for Peter Jones


THE GAA family and the county has been hit hard in recent months with the unexpected deaths of so many its people. Peter Jones was healthy and active, in fact, the energy with which he approached his many roles in the community is one of the things that set him apart. That, and the number […]


‘furious’ at state vulnerable sister’s home was left in


A DERRYGONNELLY woman has been left “furious” over the dangerous condition her vulnerable sister’s house was left in by Housing Executive maintenance workers.  The 73-year-old resident of , who receives dialysis twice a week in Omagh, has been left with no entry to the front of her house due to work which was started by […]


Community stunned by death of much loved Peter Jones


THE EXTREMELY high regard Boho man Peter Jones was held in was evident from the hundreds who lined the streets of his native village to bid him a sad farewell at the weekend. The communities of Boho and Derrygonnelly and well beyond were left stunned last week after news of Peter’s tragic death on Lough […]


It figures… Accountancy firm takes advantage of lockdown


WHILE the outbreak of Covid proved to be problematic for many local businesses, accountancy duo Ruairi Dundas and Ronan Gallagher have gone from strength to strength with their “efficient, effective and reliable” service, since moving premises back in March to keep-up with demand. Now based at Thistlebank House on the Sligo Road, Enniskillen, the ‘Dundas […]


Allister gets the ‘red card’ for comments on local GAA clubs


THERE has been animated reaction to comments made by unionist politician, Jim Allister, who recently referred to the villages of Derrygonnelly and Trillick as “obscure places”. The Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV) party leader was invited on radio to discuss the allocation of the Sports NI Sport Sustainability Fund, which was announced last week. While on […]