Nothing less than a ‘top-notch’ performance will do

After what Dom Corrigan described as a ‘serious battle’ by ‘two fiercely committed teams going at it 100 percent’ it is Corrigan who now looks forward to a semi-final meeting with Derrygonnelly on Saturday in Ederney. Kinawley have overcome some bruising encounters on their journey to the semi-final and now another huge test lies in […]

Kinawley hold out for five in a row

Kinawley 3-10 Derrygonnelly 2-9 By Martin McBrien Kinawley had to fend off a late Derrygonnelly rally as they secured a magnificent five minor titles in a row last Wednesday evening. The Harps girls dramatically cut a 1-3 to 3-9 deficit back to four points but were unable to come any closer as the Boru’s ran out […]

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Gaels dig deep to win fourth consecutive title

Enniskillen 0-14 Kinawley 1-8 By Pauric McGurn CONOR Watson opened the scoring on Saturday evening and he closed it as Enniskillen Gaels collected their fourth Reserve A Championship title in a row. Indeed, Watson was the star of the show for Enniskillen Gaels and was backed up by an impressive showing from the likes of Ethan […]

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Corrigan wins three gold medals for Queen’s University

KINAWLEY man Ross Corrigan is going from strength to strength on the water. Following on from his silver medal success at the World Under 23 Championships in the Czech Republic last year, Corrigan was once again in the medals at the British University Championships in Nottingham. The 23 year old was representing Queen’s University, Belfast, in the […]

Doonan bound for Oz as All Ireland journey comes to end

AS the final whistle blew on Sunday afternoon, there was a huge sense of disappointment for the Kinawley ladies as their All Ireland club journey ended. For Kinawley captain, Joanne Doonan, it had even more significance because she knows that it’s the last game she’ll play with this group of girls for at least a […]

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Keenan keen to win title for ‘proud’ dad

By Mark McGoldrick AT just 20 years of age, Tom Keenan is a fine hurler and he will make the opposition pay the price given half a chance. Keenan burst onto the county hurling scene in 2019. Last season his Lory Meagher Cup final hat-trick fired Fermanagh to victory, earning him awards and plaudits from […]

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Murphy takes over at Aughawillan

KINAWLEY’S Cathal Murphy is set to try his hand at landing the major honour in ‘the wee county’. Murphy takes over from Derrygonnelly duo Martin Greene and Kevin Cassidy at Aughawillan who have been at the helm for the last two seasons. It’s a challenge the Kinawley man is looking forward to and excited to try his hand […]

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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 […]

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Kinawley make it four in a row

THREE first half goals formed the foundations of Kinawley’s fourth successive Division One title but it wasn’t made for the Boru’s as Derrygonnelly staged quite a comeback as they came agonisingly close to achieving a first ever Harps title. Indeed, had it not been for an alert piece of goalkeeping by Donna Owens to intercept […]

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Kinawley to appeal CCC decision

Championship chaos ensued on Sunday afternoon in Derrylin, as one team turned up, one goal was scored and one winner was declared.    Derrygonnelly Harps was scheduled to play Kinawley in the Reserve Championship quarter-final, with a 3pm throw-in, but on Sunday morning Kinawley Brian Boru’s posted on social media that the game was postponed. […]

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