LEE Cullen last played for Fermanagh against Meath in the 2019 league campaign but you could hardly tell the Belnaleck man hasn’t played at this level for almost four years. Cullen returned from Australia in December and started at full back against Down at the weekend. He picked up their danger man Pat Havern and kept him to one […]
Poacher is the ‘right man for the job’, says Baldwin
THE highly rated Steven Poacher has been officially ratified as the new ‘head coach’ of the Fermanagh hurlers. Poacher, from Down, has risen to popularity in GAA circles following stints in inter-county coaching with the Carlow and Roscommon men’s football teams and his insightful webinars and tips through his column in the ‘Gaelic Life’ online […]
Harps’ Glynn looks to down Mourne minors
ULSTER MFC QUALIFIERS ROUND 2 FERMANAGH v DOWN Saturday, Brewster Park, 6pm Ref: Enda McFeely (Donegal) Micheál Glynn has had a pretty busy past couple of weeks. He starred in Croke Park with St Michael’s, Enniskillen, hitting 0-7 as the school captured a first ever Hogan Cup. The talented Derrygonnelly 17-year-old was then involved with […]
McGrath to name team at Club Éirne event tonight
Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath will reveal his starting line-up to face Antrim tonight at Club Éirne annual Members and Patrons night in the Westville.
It’s all about performing says McGrath
This Fermanagh under 21 panel is probably one of the best prepared sides from the county to field in the Ulster championship in recent years.
Corrigan insists vital Fermanagh learn lessons
It’s difficult for Tomás Corrigan to find the silver linings in the McKenna cup semi-final defeat to Tyrone.
Football still fun for Mulrone
Longford manager, Denis Connerton, was in the headlines last week saying 40% of those he asked to come into the county panel had turned him down.
Fermanagh learn 2016 Ulster opponents
Pete McGrath’s Fermanagh have learned their opponent for next year’s Ulster championship.
McGrath speaks out on club v county
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath has spoken of the difficulties in keeping his panel fit for Ulster championship while the club programme is in progress.
Under 21 preparations going well
Fermanagh’s under 21 squad have been in steady preparation for their mid-March Ulster championship clash with Omagh.