THE Erne Boxing Club team travelled to the Haslev Box Cup in Denmark last weekend and returned with two gold and three silver medals and could’ve added at least another two to their haul. Ciaran Cassidy got the visitors off to a winning start with a solid display outboxing his Danish opponent in all three […]
“You gotta roll with it, you gotta take your time, you gotta say what you say, don’t let anybody get in your way.” The famous and very apt Oasis lyrics sprung to mind when I asked Rory Gallagher about the hype and hysteria surrounding his Derry team, as they prepare for this Saturday’s All Ireland semi-final […]
By Mark McGoldrick TWO weeks on from the news broke that Rory Gallagher had resigned from his position as county manager a successor has yet to be appointed. According to bookmakers the hot favourite to succeed Gallagher is former Tyrone star Ryan McMenamin who has been on the outgoing Fermanagh management team. Other GAA […]
Hogan Cup winning boss Dom Corrigan has ruled himself out of contention for the Fermanagh senior post. The St Michael’s manager won the historic first A grade All-Ireland title with a panel of 35 Fermanagh players and was seen as a strong front runner for the post. Also out of the running is Omagh CBS […]
As the county absorbs the news of Rory Gallagher’s departure, thoughts turn to who will be next to take on the mantle of senior manager. In some respects the team is in a period of transition. Players like Eoin Donnelly, Ryan Jones and Barry Mulrone have over 100 games in the county jersey, while the […]
Fermanagh County Board have confirmed that after weeks of speculation Rory Gallagher has tendered his resignation as Fermanagh senior football manager
As an attacker, confidence is key. And anyone who has ever seen Callum Jones play would never describe him as a man lacking in confidence. Donegal have now firmly established themselves as one the underage heavyweights in Ulster. However this Fermanagh u20 team go into this game with rather more positivity around them than has […]
Fermanagh finished down to 12 men as Monaghan booked their place in the second round of the qualifiers.
Following Fermanagh’s defeat to Donegal Sunday’s Ulster quarter-final, they now face Monaghan in the first round of the qualifiers.
It just wasn’t to be for Fermanagh as a more clinical Donegal side ran out victors in this Ulster quarter-final.