Ryan Cathcart was immensely proud to inscribe his name in history, as he became the first Enniskillen captain to lift the Towns Cup in 82 years. The hooker led the side that beat Ballyclare 19-0 in the Kingspan final and bring the cup back to Fermanagh for the first time since 1937. “It means everything […]
Enniskillen are back in the Towns Cup final for the first time since 2007 and chasing a first win in the competition since 1937.
Disappointing start for Skins
Local players impress in Junior’s clean sweep
Fermanagh has voted to support moves to allow county grounds to host rugby and soccer in a meeting on Monday evening.
On Saturday last Enniskillen travelled to Mellon Park Omagh for this eagerly anticipated Qualifying 2 encounter.
Built upon a dominant scrum and an impressive first half display Enniskillen marched into the second round of the Towns Cup with a resounding 34-8 victory over Randalstown at Mullaghmeen on Saturday.
Enniskillen First XV’s spectacular run ended on Saturday with defeat in the semi-final of the Millar McCall Wylie Junior Cup in what was billed as a David and Goliath encounter away against ex-AIL and current Qualifying One league leaders Instonians.
Wondering what on earth you are going to do with your life at 18 is probably as core to the human experience as breathing. But multi-disciplinary sporting phenomenon Kathryn Dane just short-circuited that particular poser by doing everything.
Enniskillen First XV registered a fantastic victory in Round 2 of the Millar McCall Wylie Junior Cup at the weekend, beating league above side Dromore 19-3 in a great display of physicality and determination from the side.