Fermanagh secure semi final meeting with Limerick


By Mark McGoldrick The Fermanagh senior ladies team are now just one game away from a place in the All-Ireland Junior final. Fermanagh’s final group game with Derry, scheduled for last Sunday, was conceded by the Oak Leafers resulting in the Erne ladies getting the two points which moved them top of their group. The other […]


Daly optimistic as All-Ireland campaign gets underway


On Sunday, the Fermanagh ladies travel to Dunleer in Co Louth to take on Carlow in the first round of their All-Ireland Junior Football Championship campaign. The Erne ladies have been drawn in Group A where they will face Carlow, London and Derry, with the top two teams progressing to the semi-final. Fermanagh manager, James […]


Quinlan hat-trick as Knockninny crowned U16 champions


Knockninny 5-7 Belcoo 3-9 An injury time goal sealed victory for the Knockninny girls as they edged victory in a thrilling Brewster Park top flight decider. With the large attendance creating a real final atmosphere, the game ebbed and flowed from the start with the sides swapping goals inside the first two minutes to set the tone. […]


Shauna switches sports and signs for The Reds


Former Fermanagh GAA goalkeeper, Shauna Murphy has signed for Cliftonville FC. The Enniskillen woman lives and works in Belfast and despite being best known for her exploits on the GAA field, Murphy is in fact going back to the sport she played up until she was 13. “I’ve always been mad about the game and […]


Semi final still in sight after beating the Saffs


Amidst the rain and hail at the Bawnacre on Sunday afternoon, Fermanagh ladies put in a hard shift against Antrim to get their first competitive win under new manager James Daly. The victory means a league semi final is still very much on the cards for the Erne ladies. “We know Antrim are possibly the […]


Ladies chair and vice chair resign


FOLLOWING a Fermanagh ladies executive meeting last Wednesday evening, the chairperson, Sinead McManus and vice chairperson, Aine Martin, as well as the county development officer, Shane McGodlrick have all tendered their resignations from the Ladies County Board. Their resignation follows the departure of Karen McGoldrick who resigned at the end of January and the reality […]


Things are looking up for Daly and Fermanagh ladies


Things are looking up for James Daly and Fermanagh ladies football. After a tumultuous start, Daly has welcomed back more players in the past week as he strengthens his squad ahead of the opening round of the National League, this Sunday. Scoring supremo Eimear Smyth has returned along with Sarah McCarville from Aghadrumsee and Aisling O’Brien […]


The Bogue’s are back and ready for action


On Sunday, Bláithín Bogue will pull on the jersey for her first competitive game since November 2020 when she played in Fermanagh’s All Ireland Junior group stage game against Carlow. The talented Tempo forward stepped away for “personal reasons” but is back in the fray now, along with her sister Cadhla and are a big boost […]


Andrea Gordon appointed ladies captain


Fermanagh ladies manager, James Daly has appointed Derrygonnelly player Andrea Gordon as the team captain for the forthcoming season. The Derrygonnelly Harpette, who has never featured on the senior county team before this year, admits it is a great feeling to have been trusted for this prestigious role. “It is a massive honour to captain your county, […]


Diver not looking beyond Trillick


“We have played better, it was a bit of a grind at the start, we had an excellent second quarter” said Kinawley manager, Adrian Diver after his team booked their place in the Ulster Club semi final. “I’ve been speaking about our mentality throughout the whole time, once we get that purple patch, we can finish […]