CLOGHER Valley’s women’s team mirrored their male 1st XV by sitting clear at the top of their league. The Valley took the points in an away match to Virginia which was named the ‘top of the table clash’. Both sides are well clear of third placed Ballymena who the two teams had beaten by over 50 points. […]
“IT’S a great feeling,” said Belcoo manager Paul McGrath after his side lifted the Junior Championship Cup on Sunday afternoon. “We were in the final last year and got nipped by a point by Lisnaskea, so this was always on our radar this season. We were hoping to get promoted in the league, which we did, […]
ENNISKILLEN Rugby Club hosted Saturday’s Interprovincial warm-up between Ulster and Connacht with the visitors clinching the victory after intercepting an Ulster move. After Connacht kicked off this much-anticipated game, the Ulster pack had a few strong carries and it was a lovely short pass to the Ulster outside centre who almost went in to score from […]
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 […]
Congratulations to Fermanagh ladies who have beaten Limerick in the All Ireland Junior Championship semi final in Kinnegad on a scoreline of Fermanagh 4 goals 10 points, Limerick 4 goals 3 points. Great performance by Fermanagh and deserved their win. Will now play Wicklow in the All Ireland Junior Final.
Lisnaskea woman Eimir Martin has certainly hit the ground running after being named ‘Student Midwife of the Year’ at the Queen’s University, Belfast, Midwifery Society Mentor Awards 2020. a previously qualified teacher took a career change to a profession that “always fascinated” her and has now received part of her workplace learning at SWAH What […]
Fermanagh stalwart Marcella Monahan provided a real piece of magic for Fermanagh that was arguably the turning point in the game.
Fermanagh were the better team in this All Ireland quarter final against the girls from the west but as their players and manager admitted after the game the performance was far from ideal as they now look forward to an All Ireland seim final against Tipperary.
It has been quite a year for Shauna Hamilton.