Two years ago, Ederney were celebrating after clinching the senior championship, but their hopes of lifting the 2022 crown have been hit by injuries and unavailability. Manager Michael Cassidy has had to juggle his squad to an extent as the season has progressed. Four wins and five defeats saw St Joseph’s finish sixth in Division 1; […]
“I can’t believe how lucky I am to get to spend the rest of my life with such a beautiful woman who I can now call my wife!”
ONE of Fermanagh’s best ever GAA players, Fr Sean McGrath, has passed away this week. On Monday morning the Care Unit in St Patrick’s Kiltegan, Co Wicklow, announced the death, commenting, “Our sincere sympathy to the McGrath family. May Sean’s gentle soul rest in peace.” Aged 76 years, Fr Sean was the son of Hugh McGrath […]
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 […]
Suspected cannabis plants worth an estimated £600,000 were found by police investigating reports of a possible fuel laundering plant in the village.
“There was nobody who needed seen who wasn’t seen this morning.”
THIS MONTH for the ‘Fermanagh Lives Lived’ series of in-depth interviews, the Herald was in conversation with Fr Joe McVeigh from Ederney. Fr Joe talks about his 50 years of ministry which began in Fermanagh the same year as internment was introduced, his early days in Moneyvriece and St Michael’s College, and his passion for […]
MORE cycle lanes, pedestrian crossings and getting ready for the planned Enniskillen bypass are all among the Road Service’s priorities for Fermanagh in the year ahead. As part of the ‘Blue/Green Fund’ set up by the Department for Infrastructure, of which £720,000 has been allocated to the local branch of the Roads Service, there will […]
THE SACRAMENT of Confirmation was celebrated for the first time in the history of St Patrick’s Chapel in Montiagh last week. Five pupils from the St Joseph’s Primary School P7 class were confirmed in the church. Since St Joseph’s Church in Ederney can only cater for 22 families during these times of covid restrictions, the […]
Many will know Jane and her family from the bar they ran together beside their home.