Cutler winner sends Rangers into the semi-finals

Lisbellaw United 1 Enniskillen Rangers 2 Enniskillen Rangers are back in another Junior Cup semi-final thanks to goals from Eoin McManus and Mark Cutler at a packed Drumad on Saturday. Michael Kerr’s men edged the all-Fermanagh and Western quarter-final but Lisbellaw more than played their part. The two sides meet again in the Mulhern Cup […]

Big motivation for Beacom to bring it home

As one Beacom brother bids for his fourth Mulhern Cup, the other brother’s hope of playing in Friday night’s decider at Ferney Park was cut down in last Thursday night’s league game against Rangers, when he suffered a serious hamstring injury. Youngest sibling Eoin Beacom had to make way after 30 minutes when he went […]

‘No pressure on us’ says Kerr, ahead of semi with Town

Strathroy Harps 3 Enniskillen Rangers 2 Enniskillen Rangers suffered a narrow league defeat to Strathroy Harps in Omagh on Friday night ahead of this week’s Mulhern Cup semi-finals involving both sides. Corey Wood fired a double to turn it around for the hosts who trailed early after Jason Cluff struck in the third minute. Tommy Murphy then put […]

Town progress to last eight after Rovers test

Cathal Beacom bagged two as Division One leaders Enniskillen Town safely progressed into the Mulhern Cup quarter-finals, overcoming a spirited Lisnaskea Rovers on Thursday. It looked like plain sailing for Town when Beacom netted afterjust two minutes and then Lee Brennan added a second before the half hour. But Lisnaskea, themselves currently top of Division […]

‘Busty’ never failed to put a smile on faces

TRIBUTES have poured in from across the community following the death of Gerard ‘Busty’ McClintock of Kilmacormick Road, Enniskillen, who passed away following a lengthy illness. Mourners at his Requiem Mass in St Michael’s Church on Saturday were told that ‘he never failed to put a smile on people’s faces’. Tributes came from far and […]

From Brewster Park to Old Trafford – A dream come true

Sitting in a hotel room in Surrey, Kieran McKenna was quietly working behind the scenes and putting the final touches to a very testing pre-season campaign for the Manchester United first team.   For the past six years, the Enniskillen native has been working at Manchester United, and in 2018 he was promoted to become […]

Top flight football secured for McGovern and Norwich

NORWICH CITY have won promotion to the Premier League after just one season away. Michael McGovern was instrumental in nets for the Canaries up until late December when a torn hamstring tendon put an end to his participation over the last few months but the Enniskillen keeper is back to full fitness and is excited […]

Reeling in the years with Gary Beckett

  FIFTEEN years ago this year, Gary Beckett was leading the line for Derry City in one of their most successful ever runs in the European Championship.   The Candystripes went on a globetrotting qualifying campaign which saw the Derry side go unbeaten in five straight games in a row Massive victories over Swedish side […]

Silent towns as lockdown strikes us again

The streets of Enniskillen were eerily quiet this week with next to no traffic and empty car parks. Throughout the town were deserted streets with just a few retailers’ doors open. It is a sure sign that the latest lockdown restrictions have begun. In normal circumstances the town would have been busy with shoppers milling […]