After the guts of half an hour chatting Peter McGinnity on Friday afternoon, I realised I had been holding him back from hanging out his washing, which in turn got us to chatting about the ‘Dry;Soon’ electric clothes airer, it was an insightful chat on many levels! Most of all, it gave me an insight […]
Country Singer doing gigs ‘live’ in people’s homes has new single about his football hero Peter McGinnity
IF ANYONE out there needs more Big Tom in their life then charge your phones and laptops and settle in for some Irish Country from the comfort of your armchair. Some of you might recognise Larry Burns from playing Irish Country favourites in pubs and clubs around the country like the Don Carragh in Lisnaskea […]
Roslea mourns death of another county ‘great’
THE community of Roslea was saddened by the death of yet another Fermanagh great. The late Joe Goodwin, of Lakefield, Roslea, died peacefully last week in the loving care of his family at Omagh Hospital. Mr Goodwin was widely known for his contribution to the GAA, having won three senior championship titles with Roslea and […]
Derrygonnelly are five alive
Derrygonnelly created a special slice of Harps history on Sunday as they secured the club’s first ever five-in-a-row of county titles.
All-star nomination for Fermanagh player
Fermanagh’s stellar run to the All-Ireland championship quarter-finals has received recognition in the 2015 GAA GPA All-Star Football Nominations.
Fermanagh County Board debates All-Ireland rejig
A committee chaired by Eugene McGee has been set up by Croke Park to look into the particular problems of counties classed as less successful.
St Michael’s College hosts MacRory Cup book launch
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.
The trials and tribulations of the ‘weaker’ counties
Wrapping up business at the recent county board meeting turned out to be quite interesting as delegates chewed the fat over a novel topic.
St Michael’s host launch of MacRory Cup history
St Michael’s College Enniskillen is launching ‘The MacRory Cup – the story of Ulster College Senior Football’ this Thursday evening in the College assembly hall at 7pm.
Latest: McGinnity reveals motives behind resignation
Departing Roslea manager Peter McGinnity has revealed that he and his management team stepped down in order to allow the county champions a fresh approach for the new season.