A new era for Erne football arrives this weekend with the baptism of a radically new championship format.
THE talented 21-year Donagh jockey, Ryan Treacy is due out of hospital this week following surgery for injuries he sustained at a fall at the Galway Races last month. Ryan is the leading jockey for Tipperary trainer, John P. Ryan, and two horses were involved in the fall at the second fence of The Galway […]
THE CHAIRMAN of St Patrick’s GAA club in Donagh has issued a stark warning to young people using social media, after the club’s Facebook page was hacked on Monday night.
THE good times have returned at last, following a length injury lay-off, for Donagh jockey, Ryan Treacy, A previous winner of the Fermanagh Herald Sports Person of the Month award. In what was a Grand National-crazy day in bookies across the country on Saturday, Ryan quietly rode four mounts at Tramore on Sunday and came […]
Organised initially by a group of enthusiasts from Newtownbutler and Donagh, under the tutelage of Anne Gallagher from Derrygonnelly, it now attracts learners from all of the neighbouring towns and villages, with a cross-community and cross-border element.
There was a reunion of the Knocks 1964 junior championship side in Donagh recently.
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.
The outcome of this decider hung in the balance right to the final seconds right into almost five minutes of added time, with Brookeboro finally just squeezing out the win with a dramatic late point from play by Seamus Moane.
Having banked the championship title Roslea turn their attention to the league and St Patrick’s in the semi-final.
Derrygonnelly booked their place in the county final with an accomplished display against a youthful St Patrick’s outfit in Kinawley last Saturday.