By Mark McGoldrick TWO of Fermanagh’s top football talents, Oisin Keenan and Fionn Stroud, have been signed by Airtricity Premiership side Sligo Rovers. The talented youngsters recently represented Enniskillen Town United in the Brendan Keogh Youth League and were invited to attend trials for Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds Stadium following their exploits with Enniskillen. […]
By Mark McGoldrick WHEN rumours began to circulate last week that Kieran McKenna was among the candidates for the vacant Ipswich Town hotseat, there was a mixed reaction and a lot of surprise. How could a man from rural Fermanagh get a job at one of the oldest and most popular football clubs like Ipswich […]
Enniskillen Town target Mulhern Cup tonight.
The draws took place for the first round of 2016 Mulhern and Reihill Cups last week.
It’s some journey from keeping nets for Enniskillen Town United to taking on the best at the Euro 2016 finals in France.
THE DEATH OF a well-known Enniskillen man, whose body was found in Lough Erne on Friday, is not being treated as suspicious by the PSNI.
Last year ended in heartache for Fermanagh hurlers. Having lead 2-8 to 1-10 at half-time in the Lory Meagher final, Longford came back strong in the second half to take the title on a 3-18 to 3-16 scoreline.
It has been quite a six months for Michael McGovern. The former Enniskillen Town player has signed a one year contract extension with high flying Hamilton Academicals after joining the club in June of this year.
Enniskillen Town United kept their title hopes alive but they had to do it the hard way as they came from behind to shade a nine goal thriller at home to Tummery Athletic on Saturday afternoon.
There was mixed fortunes for the two Enniskillen sides in the second round of the Youth Cup on Saturday as Enniskillen Town recorded an impressive 2-1 away win to Carrick Rangers while Enniskillen Rangers slipped to a 0-3 home defeat to Belfast outfit St. Oliver Plunkett’s.