Happy Retirement Dom! After years at St Michael’s College, Dom Corrigan has called it a day. He leaves with a lasting legacy having led the college to vast success on the Gaelic field, including MacRory Cup titles and a Hogan Cup. A few of Dom’s old friends have paid him a special tribute. […]
When Dom Corrigan laced up the boots as an 11 year old cub, making his Kinawley debut on the under 14 team that played Erne Gaels, he found himself in nets. On that sunny Saturday morning, back in 1973, the then under 14 manager, Fr Gaffney, gave Corrigan the number one shirt but his performance […]
By Mark McGoldrick Tomorrow evening in Brewster Park at 7.30pm, Derrygonnelly Harps and Kinawley Brian Borus will face off in the Senior Football Championship semi-final. Derrygonnelly will head into this game as favourites following their extra time victory over champions Ederney in their quarter-final replay last Saturday. Standing in Derrygonnelly’s place in their seventh […]
Reigning MacRory Cup and Hogan Cup Champions St Michael’s have been drawn in Group D for the upcoming campaign. Dom Corrigan’s side will face Newry outfits St Colman’s and Abbey CBS, along with Patrician High School in Carrickmacross in their bid to retain their status as MacRory Cup Champions. The St Michael’s lads have a […]
By Mark McGoldrick TWO weeks on from the news broke that Rory Gallagher had resigned from his position as county manager a successor has yet to be appointed. According to bookmakers the hot favourite to succeed Gallagher is former Tyrone star Ryan McMenamin who has been on the outgoing Fermanagh management team. Other GAA […]
Hogan Cup winning boss Dom Corrigan has ruled himself out of contention for the Fermanagh senior post. The St Michael’s manager won the historic first A grade All-Ireland title with a panel of 35 Fermanagh players and was seen as a strong front runner for the post. Also out of the running is Omagh CBS […]
As the county absorbs the news of Rory Gallagher’s departure, thoughts turn to who will be next to take on the mantle of senior manager. In some respects the team is in a period of transition. Players like Eoin Donnelly, Ryan Jones and Barry Mulrone have over 100 games in the county jersey, while the […]
College football’s Holy Grail, the fabled Hogan Cup, has finally been captured by St Michael’s.
St Michael’s, Enniskillen got the better of St Patrick’s, Cavan this afternoon, but only after overturning a 1-2 to 0-8 half-time deficit.
Booking the automatic spot in the MacRory cup quarter-finals has it’s advantages and disadvantages.