TRIBUTES have been paid following the death of Lisbellaw United stalwart Kenneth Forde (62). Mr Forde, late of Lower Cavanacarragh, Lisbellaw, passed away suddenly at his home on Wednesday last, February 10. Affectionately known as Kenny, he was the first son of James and Elizabeth. He worked for the former Northern Bank for 40 years […]
The draws took place for the first round of 2016 Mulhern and Reihill Cups last week.
Lisbellaw United made the long journey to Newtownards for their last 32 Junior Cup tie with Ards Rangers
The great and good of the Fermanagh and Western gathered in the Killyhevlin on Friday evening for their annual Hall of Fame awards.
Lisbellaw United began 2015 with a 3-1 success at home to Enniskillen Rangers in what was a competitive encounter from the outset.
Lisbellaw United player Matty Woods won’t be forgetting his side’s Irish Junior Cup clash with Coalisland Athletic any time soon.
Two of the Fermanagh & Western’s big names met at the Lakeland Forum on Saturday and it was Lisbellaw United who come from a goal down to take the three points from Enniskillen Town, recording a 3-1 victory. Ryan O’Keefe coming off the bench in the last half hour to score twice and help create the other for his side who bounced back to winning ways.