‘Semi-finals are for winning’

In a repeat of last year’s Fermanagh Senior Football Championship Final, Enniskillen Gaels and Erne Gaels are set to do battle in the semi-final on Sunday. On their way to winning their 11th New York Cup, the County Town side inflicted a heavy 11-point defeat on the Belleek men. Simon Bradley’s expecting a different challenge from […]

Cassidy cleared to play for Gaels against Kinawley

ENNISKILLEN Gaels player Jonny Cassidy has had the red card he received against Ederney last weekend reduced to a yellow and will now be available to Simon Bradley for their meeting with Kinawley, this evening in Brewster Park (8pm).  Cassidy was issued a red card deep in injury time by referee Eoin Murphy but Enniskillen […]

Kinawley blow the Gaels away

AN understrength Kinawley dominated this Brewster Park fixture from start to finish. With many of the Boru’s key players attending teammate Danielle Maguire’s wedding in Portugal at the weekend, the game presented an opportunity for others to step up to the task, and they did. This tie was effectively over at half time with Kinawley […]

Quigley on target as Belnaleck edge Gaels for top spot

Belnaleck 0-14 Enniskillen Gaels 0-13 Garvin Quigley accounted for half of Belnaleck’s scores with five from play and two frees as Belnaleck edged this epic contest to take top spot and all three points forward to the nine-round league. Describing the game as being; “a very honest match, a very competitive match, lots of effort, lots […]

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Gaels distance themselves from tweets amid abuse claims

ENNISKILLEN Gaels have distanced themselves from three retweets on their Twitter account regarding Derry manager Rory Gallagher’s domestic violence allegations. Three tweets by sports writer and author, Ewan MacKenna, about the influence of social media in the domestic violence claims against Mr Gallagher, were retweeted by the Fermanagh club. In his three tweets, Mr MacKenna made his […]

Bradley commits to Gaels for another two years

SIMON Bradley will remain in charge of Enniskillen Gaels for the next two years. Bradley led Enniskillen to their first Fermanagh Senior Football Championship titles for the first time in 16 years earlier this season. The Gaels beat Cavan champions Gowna in the Ulster Club Championship quarter-final, but they lost out to Kilcoo in the […]

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Bradley respects but doesn’t fear All-Ireland champions

With the final training session before Saaturday’s big game completed on Wednesday night, Enniskillen Gaels manager Simon Bradley says they have the utmost respect for their Kilcoo opponents but will not fear them when they play off for a place in the Ulster final. “We definitely respect them,” he said. “They’re All Ireland champions, full […]

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Wait over for captain O’Callaghan

“IT’S been a long time coming, a long, long time coming,” said a relieved Richard O’Callaghan, after he lifted the New York Cup on Sunday afternoon. It’s 16 years since the county town side lifted the trophy and it was clear to see what this one meant to players and supporters alike. The Gaels skipper […]

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Fans turn out in force for county final day!

The flags were flying and there was plenty of colour on display in the John Vesey stand in Brewster Park last Sunday for the Fermanagh Senior Football Championship Final between Enniskillen Gaels and Erne Gaels. To read more.. Subscribe to current edition  

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Love eager for team to grab more glory

AT 21 years of age, corner forward Conor Love is one of the most exciting prospects on the Fermanagh football scene. After producing throughout the championship, the pacey attacker once again delivered for his club on Sunday afternoon, banging in two goals and a point for his team on their way to victory. Love was […]

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