MacRory Cup squad recently took on the audacious trek up Cuilcagh Mountain to raise much needed funds for the Aisling Centre.
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 […]
All sides embarking on a competition do so with a certain degree of optimism, unfortunately for most a misplaced one. For this season’s MacRory Cup campaign, St Michael’s would perhaps have launched out back in the autumn with a stronger sense of belief than would have been the case in more recent seasons. And that […]
St Michael’s, Enniskillen got the better of St Patrick’s, Cavan this afternoon, but only after overturning a 1-2 to 0-8 half-time deficit.
Booking the automatic spot in the MacRory cup quarter-finals has it’s advantages and disadvantages.
St Michael’s learned their Danske Bank MacRory Cup quarter-final opponents on Monday.
“Obviously disappointed at losing the game but realistic enough to accept that we were facing a very good side,” said St Michael’s manager Dominic Corrigan as he assessed his side’s emphatic defeat to St Colman’s at Emyvale on Sunday.
A damning report was delivered earlier this month by the GAA’s Minor Review Workgroup. The Group was established last year to review the Association’s rules and policies on participation in minor and related age grades at club, school and inter-county levels.
Fermanagh are searching for a new minor manager after Niall Jackman handed in his resignation last week.
The travelling road show which is the province wide publicity blitz for the launch of the book titled The MacRory Cup, pitched up at St Michael’s last Thursday evening.