Double delight for McGloin and Bogue

TWO Fermanagh inter-county ladies players have been named in the TG4 Junior Team of the Championship. On Friday night, Molly McGloin and Blaithin Bogue were honoured at a special event in Croke Park in Dublin. McGloin, from Newtownbutler, was selected in the full-back position, while Tempo’s Bogue was picked at right corner forward. To read more […]

Aghadrumsee ready to embark on Ulster journey

Four weeks ago Aghadrumsee beat the favourites Tempo by a point in extra time to take the intermediate crown and after a few days off to enjoy that feat, they turned their attention this Saturday’s Ulster Club quarter-final with Cavan champions Ballyhaise. It’s a home venue for the Fermanagh champions and manager Anthony Murphy is […]

Kinawley welcome Bredagh for Ulster Club opener

Kinawley ladies welcome Down champions Bredagh to Patrick McManus Park for their Ulster Senior Club quarter Final this afternoon (Sunday, 2pm) and it’s going to be a huge test for the Borus. Belfast side, Bredagh, claimed their 10th senior title when they beat Kilcoo 5-21 to 1-4 in their county final, just over a week ago, […]

Aghadrumsee celebrate after extra time victory

THIS was a hard-fought Intermediate football final that went right down to the wire with Aghadrumsee claiming the honours in extra time. The lead exchanged hands a number of times and there was nothing between the sides at the break, level pegging at 1-3 apiece. Aghadrumsee started the brighter of the two teams in the second half […]

New manager McGourty will leave ‘no stone unturned’

“I want to try and win everything that’s there and I’d want to make that clear to the players, if you give everything you can to me, then we’ll not be far away, because the management will leave no stone unturned.” That’s the message from the newly appointed Fermanagh ladies manager, CJ McGourty. The Antrim […]

‘We’re moving in the right direction’ says Bogue

Blaíthín Bogue was doing what she does best once again last weekend. Sticking the ball over the bar…nine times on this occasion. The talented Tempo player put on a show as Fermanagh beat Carlow in the first round of the TG4 All Ireland Junior Championship. With seven points from play and two frees, the modest […]

We need to back ourselves going forward, says Murphy

Fermanagh defender, Courteney Murphy is in her sixth season playing intercounty football. In 2020, she was captain when Fermanagh beat Wicklow to win the All Ireland Junior Championship in an empty Parnell Park, due to Covid restrictions. The Kinawley player didn’t play a part that day due to a hand injury but this weekend the […]

McQuade says this team has a point to prove

Fermanagh ladies captain Shannan McQuade has been around the county scene long enough to know that Ulster Finals are not easily won. The Tempo club player made her intercounty debut ten years ago and was appointed captain this season by James Daly. She believes this squad of players has a point to prove on Saturday […]

O’Brien on balancing being a nurse and a footballer

By Daire Walsh Having already done it once before with the Erne County, Aisling O’Brien is hopeful Fermanagh can make amends for a disappointing end to 2022 by going all the way in this year’s TG4 All-Ireland Junior Football Championship.  Back in September 2019, O’Brien was selected at corner-forward as the Ulster side lost out […]

Erne minor girls off to a winning start

Derry 2-8 Fermanagh 3-8 Fermanagh minor girls produced an excellent hour in Owenbeg on Saturday to overturn Derry in their championship opener. The Fermanagh girls trailed by two at the interval but showed great character and desire to battle back and come out on top by the final whistle. The victory was nothing more than […]