A FIRST half hat-trick from 17-year-old Joel Byrne helped Division One leaders Enniskillen Rangers to a comprehensive win over Enniskillen Athletic at The Ball Range. There were two key saves from fellow Joel, Rangers’ keeper Joel Peden, at 0-0 before Byrne opened the scoring with a fantastic solo goal. From there the hosts never looked […]
The draws took place for the first round of 2016 Mulhern and Reihill Cups last week.
The game was due to take place in Omagh – but it had to be rearranged for a later date as officials were unable to have the animals re-mooved.
Enniskillen Athletic got themselves back on track with consecutive wins as they travelled to Lisnarick and returned winners by three goals to one.
There was little to separate these two sides for long periods in what was an excellent advertisement for Division 2 football in the Fermanagh & Western. The game was won in the last 25minute by Santos who made it 3-1 with a goal that both managers felt was offside. Santos would kick on after the decision went there way to run out comfortable winners with a strong finishing quarter.
This all Fermanagh game in the Irish Junior Cup at the Castle Park Centre saw second division Enniskillen Athletic come out on top of their higher division opponents by a 4-1 scoreline.
Enniskillen Athletic moved to within three points of the promotion places with a fourth league win of the season on Saturday.
Irvinestown Wanderers would record a comfortable victory over a depleted Enniskillen Athletic on Saturday to make it four wins from four in Division 2 where they share top spot with Enniskillen Santos.
This Division Two encounter between the two promoted sides from last year seen Enniskillen Athletic edge out Magheraveeley as John Joe Strain scored the final goal 3minutes from time to settle the contest.
TWO Fermanagh and Western League clubs have been heavily fined for their part in a melee that took place in the final moments of a Division Three game at the Bawnacre Centre, Irvinestown.