Pete McGrath has named an unchanged starting 15 to face Cavan in Saturday evening’s NFL Division 2 Brewster Park clash. That means no starting place for Sean Quigley who missed last Sunday’s victory over Laois through suspension. It also means that McGrath goes with a back seven who have now only conceded 1-26 in the past three games. That’s an average concession […]
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Derry in Sunday’s NFL Division 2 opener.
Fermanagh made it three wins from three to book their place in the McKenna cup semi-final against Tyrone with an authorative display against Donegal.
Putting good seasons back to back is something Fermanagh have struggled to do. This team will have to learn that lesson if they are to thrive.
In his address to county convention, Chairman Patsy Dolan expressed his disappointment with the way the domestic club programme developed last season.
With the action on the pitch almost wrapped up Chris Breen casts an eye back over the season and reveals his awards for 2015.
It’s been a season Fermanagh Herald Sports Person of the Month Eoin Donnelly won’t forget in a hurry.
It’s been a tough week for the Derrygonnelly community, but their footballers showed their big hearts in 60 passion-filled minutes of football.
Fermanagh’s stellar run to the All-Ireland championship quarter-finals has received recognition in the 2015 GAA GPA All-Star Football Nominations.
A new era for Erne football arrives this weekend with the baptism of a radically new championship format.