It’s a ‘proud day’ to be from Derrygonnelly – Smyth


BEFORE Sunday’s decider, everybody knew that if Eimear Smyth was on song, Derrygonnelly would have a good chance of winning the Ulster Intermediate Championship title – that indeed proved to be the case in Healy Park. Derrygonnelly’s taliswoman was in sensational form in Omagh, accounting for an incredible 2-09 of their 2-11 tally. The selfless Smyth […]

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Smyth focused on task at hand


AS Derrygonnelly manager Garry Smyth knows, the opportunity to compete in an Ulster Club final ‘doesn’t come around too often’, and he is urging his players to make the most of Sunday’s chance. The Harps ladies are now just 60 minutes away from winning the provincial intermediate championship and Smyth is hoping that his team […]

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Poacher is the ‘right man for the job’, says Baldwin


THE highly rated Steven Poacher has been officially ratified as the new ‘head coach’ of the Fermanagh hurlers. Poacher, from Down, has risen to popularity in GAA circles following stints in inter-county coaching with the Carlow and Roscommon men’s football teams and his insightful webinars and tips through his column in the ‘Gaelic Life’ online […]

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Ulster title would be ‘pinnacle of success’ for Gordon


ANDREA Gordon will lead Derrygonnelly out on to Healy Park on Sunday and she is determined to ‘relish the opportunity’ as the Harps bid to win their first Ulster Club Championship title. With team captain Erin Flanagan currently sidelined with a cruciate ligament injury, Gordon has taken over the skipper’s armband and she admits it […]

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Wait over for captain O’Callaghan


“IT’S been a long time coming, a long, long time coming,” said a relieved Richard O’Callaghan, after he lifted the New York Cup on Sunday afternoon. It’s 16 years since the county town side lifted the trophy and it was clear to see what this one meant to players and supporters alike. The Gaels skipper […]

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Fans turn out in force for county final day!


The flags were flying and there was plenty of colour on display in the John Vesey stand in Brewster Park last Sunday for the Fermanagh Senior Football Championship Final between Enniskillen Gaels and Erne Gaels. To read more.. Subscribe to current edition  

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Love eager for team to grab more glory


AT 21 years of age, corner forward Conor Love is one of the most exciting prospects on the Fermanagh football scene. After producing throughout the championship, the pacey attacker once again delivered for his club on Sunday afternoon, banging in two goals and a point for his team on their way to victory. Love was […]

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‘It’s within our hands now,’ says captain Flanagan


DERRYGONNELLY captain Erin Flanagan may not be playing in Sunday’s Ulster final, but she’ll kick every ball on the sideline and encourage her teammates to make the most of their opportunity. The Harps captain is currently recovering from a cruciate ligament injury and has been unable to play in the championship campaign. She admits that […]

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Victory would make it all worthwhile, says O’Callaghan


RICHARD O’Callaghan has played every minute of this year’s championship and on Sunday he will lead Enniskillen Gaels out in the 2022 Fermanagh Senior Football Championship Final. The Enniskillen skipper also captained the side last year when they suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Derrygonnelly, but this year he feels they are in […]

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A win on Sunday would top the lot for Mullin


IT has been a whirlwind two years for Erne Gaels captain Brian Mullin. Last year Mullin returned home after three years in London and within a few months of being back in the black and yellow jersey, he captained Erne Gaels to the intermediate championship title in the most dramatic of finishes in Brewster Park […]

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