Kilfeacle and District 20 Enniskillen Rugby 25 Enniskillen secured their first-ever All-Ireland Junior Cup semi-final last weekend in wet and windy conditions when they travelled to Tipperary and faced Kilfeacle and District RFC. The opposition were former winners of the silverware and known to be a physical side, but Skins stepped up their physicality to […]
ERFC 24 Armagh/CV 17 The ERFC Under 18s girls took on a very strong combined Armagh and Clogher Valley team on Sunday at Mullaghmeen. The standard was set very high in the first five minutes when superb handling and offloading by the Skins girls sent Scarlett Keys away wide on the 22 and […]
IF anyone deserved a beer, Robert Baloucoune did, after his debut performance for Ireland on Saturday. A ‘few sociable’s’ was had on Sunday as Baloucoune enjoyed his postmatch Dublin drinks. “I definitely did. It was quite nice to take a wee while away from rugby, but it is all good now,” he laughed. […]
When Claire Boles got word via e-mail of Adam Griggs’ 35 player-squad her first reaction was to call home. Her parents Deborah and David were delighted with the news that their daughter had done enough to make the cut. “They see all the hard work you put in behind the scenes, especially over lockdown […]
Although the weather tried its best to dampen this very special occasion, the new section of Enniskillen Rugby Club – the Enniskillen Elks, were not going to let a flurry of snow hold them back as they welcomed the visiting Portadown Panthers and two Ulster sporting stars on Friday night.
THE Minister for Enterprise, Arlene Foster revealed this week that her son had received heart surgery as a baby.
FEW do Halloween better than Enniskillen Rugby Club, and this year should be no exception with spectacular local band Shakedown scheduled to perform at the club on Saturday 1st November.
There was a fantastic atmosphere at Mullaghmeen on Friday night as Enniskillen Rugby Club hosted local rivals Clogher Valley RFC in a, perhaps ambitiously titled, friendly in aid of Cancer Connect NI, with music afterwards from high profile Tyrone band The Logues.
Fresh from defeating the Black Ferns the Irish women’s rugby team stand just two games away from lifting the World Cup for the very first time and local players believe their success will only develop the game in Fermanagh.
An exciting new era begins for Enniskillen Rugby Club this week with the start of pre-season training in the build-up to the new season.