Enniskillen Royal one step away from long-awaited semi

This weekend, Enniskillen Royal Grammar schoolboys aim to be the first team since the Portora Royal team of 2007 to reach the Schools’ Cup rugby semi-finals. Coincidentally, it was Wallace who knocked Portora out of the competition at the last-four stage that year, and the current school coach and Enniskillen Royal teacher Ashley Finlay was […]

Enniskillen Royal into the Cup quarter finals

Enniskillen Royal managed to secure safe passage to the quarter-finals of the Ulster Schools’ Cup on Saturday with a win over Lisburn school, Friends. Despite having home advantage, Enniskillen Royal were slow out of the blocks, with handling errors and ill-discipline characterising the opening quarter of the match. Enniskillen were playing into a stiff wind and did […]

Sports Personality Award goes to ERBC ‘Golden Girls’

From the banks of the Erne to the famous Dorney Lake in Buckinghamshire, nothing was beyond the Enniskillen Royal Boat Club Junior 14 girls who delivered gold in the octuple class back in May. The crew of Natalie Turner, Isabella Wright, Abbey McCarthy Magwood, Darcy Balfour, Grace Collins, Emily Black, Tori Davis, Caitlin Kelly and […]

‘Stay positive’ advice for exam students

AFTER weeks of anxious waiting, students across Fermanagh are preparing to receive their GCSE results. Hundreds of students will make their way to their schools tomorrow (Thursday) to collect their results and for many, it will be a very nerve wrecking day.  Students will be able to get their results from schools and colleges in […]

Top marks for St Kevin’s and St Aidan’s

ST KEVIN’S College in Lisnaskea is celebrating academic success after ranking second overall in the North in a recently published league table. The bumper GCSE results come one year after St Kevin’s opened its doors following the amalgamation of St Comhghall’s College, Lisnaskea and St Eugene’s College Roslea.  Commenting, school principal Gary Kelly said, “It’s […]