Community unite in memory of late Caitlin

THE Kinawley GAA community is on the brink of reaching its 10 million ‘steps’ target, in memory of their late club member Caitlin Hogg. In December last year, the county was left saddened when 13-year-old Caitlin Hogg lost her life after a tragic road accident. As a combined initiative, alongside the nationwide Ireland Lights Up challenge, the Brian […]

Tributes paid to ‘gentle’ and ‘loving’ Caitlin

MOURNERS at the funeral of 13-year-old schoolgirl Caitlin Hogg, who died after a collision with a car last week in Kinawley, were told that she was telling friends how much she loved them before her tragic death. The packed St Naile’s Church in Kinawley heard how this perfectly summed up the popular teenager. Known locally as a ‘happy […]

Fresh calls for safety measures on dangerous road

A PETROL station owner in Macken near Kinawley has warned that “it’s only a matter of time” before someone is seriously injured if a slip-road to her station is not built. Michelle McCorry of McCorry’s 24-Hour Fuel on the A509 road between Derrylin and Enniskillen was speaking following the latest of a series of crashes […]

Derrygonnelly hold out for historic win

BELCOO’S scenic Lough MacNean shoreline venue saw Fermanagh Ladies footballing history made on Sunday evening. Derrygonnelly carved out a first ever division one title despite tremendous late Kinawley pressure. The Harps victory was rendered all the sweeter knowing their opponents Kinawley were bidding for ‘five in a row’. Splendid champions as they had been, Kinawley […]

Kinawley ready for senior championship campaign

By Martin McBrien With four successive Fermanagh Intermediate triumphs, culminating in the coveted Ulster crown, Kinawley now have their sights set on the provincial senior trail. However, they first have to win Fermanagh honours by overcoming the formidable hurdle presented by familiar opponents, Derrygonnelly. The Harps’ opening round demolition of Enniskillen means that this Saturday’s […]

Kinawley’s Connor ‘overwhelmed’ by charity fundraiser

IN September 2021, former Ireland rugby captain Rory Best took part in a charity marathon to raise money for the Cancer Fund for Children charity. During his walk to Mayo, the Ulster rugby star called at the Lakeland Forum in Enniskillen to watch a charity rugby game between St Michael’s College and the Enniskillen Royal […]