Horan hopes to climb the Hogan steps once more

THE last time Brandon Horan played in Croke Park, it was the most memorable of days. The 2019 Hogan Cup winning captain became the first St Michael’s player to lift the trophy for the college, on that historic April afternoon. His memories of that special day in Croke Park are still fresh in his mind; “I […]

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VIDEO: Happy Retirement Dom!

Happy Retirement Dom! After years at St Michael’s College, Dom Corrigan has called it a day.   He leaves with a lasting legacy having led the college to vast success on the Gaelic field, including MacRory Cup titles and a Hogan Cup.   A few of Dom’s old friends have paid him a special tribute. […]

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Hogan Heroes’ honoured by Niamh’s creative flair

ST MICHAEL’S College has recently unveiled three commemorative photo boards which follow its team journey of the historic Hogan Cup winning team of 2019 where the school made history as it won a maiden All-Ireland title in joyous scenes in Croke Park. These three masterpieces have been innovatively designed and created by Niamh Blake, daughter […]

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Group D looms for champions St Michael’s

Reigning MacRory Cup and Hogan Cup Champions St Michael’s have been drawn in Group D for the upcoming campaign. Dom Corrigan’s side will face Newry outfits St Colman’s and Abbey CBS, along with Patrician High School in Carrickmacross in their bid to retain their status as MacRory Cup Champions. The St Michael’s lads have a […]

Next stop Croker for St Michael’s lads

GREY clouds, cold air and a pathetic excuse for a programme contrast with the bright blue and gold of the refurbished Pearse Park stand as the steady trickle of supporters enters the Longford grounds. In the elevated press box, Ger Tracey and Peter McGinnity readying for live commentary, Phil Flanagan keeping social media up to […]

Keeping the feet on the ground

Presumably in buoyant mood after their exhilarating triumph at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds, St Michael’s will now embark on the chase for a prize which has eluded all other Enniskillen sides who have emerged from the ferociously competitive arena of Ulster MacRory Cup football. In two previous seasons, 2002 and 2012, St Michael’s teams managed to […]