It was at the semi-final stage of the championship last year that Derrygonnelly bowed out of the championship, at the hands of eventual winners Enniskillen Gaels. But rest assured, Sean Flanagan’s side won’t be planning a repeat performance this weekend, when they take on Kinawley in Ederney on Saturday. Derrygonnelly’s last competitive game was against […]
The first weekend of Fermanagh championship action saw 22-200 scored in nine action packed clashes across the county.
With the action on the pitch almost wrapped up Chris Breen casts an eye back over the season and reveals his awards for 2015.
The county final was a breath of fresh air with forwards, for once, dictating the agenda.
It’s been a tough week for the Derrygonnelly community, but their footballers showed their big hearts in 60 passion-filled minutes of football.
You have to feel for Sylvester Mulrone’s men, forced to taste semi-final defeat for the second time this season.
Fancied championship contenders Devenish and Derrygonnelly both share the distinction of having come to grief at the hands of Teemore. With those championship hopes now a distant memory, league honours take centre stage.
Fermanagh began their Division 3 Football League Campaign with a resounding 10 point victory over Wicklow in Aughrim yesterday (Sunday).