DERRYGONNELLY’S Garvan Jones and Sarah McCarville from Aghadrumsee were the big winners at the Fermanagh GAA Club All-Star Awards on Friday night as they claimed Men’s and Ladies ‘Player of the Year’ accolades at the Westville Hotel in Enniskillen. Check out our gallery below for pictures from the event, which was organised and hosted by […]
THE flags will be flying and a large crowd is expected to turn out to Brewster Park on Sunday for the Fermanagh Senior Football League Division One and Division Two Finals. At 2pm, the action will begin when Sid Mulrone’s Devenish St Mary’s take on Roslea Shamrocks, managed by Monaghan man Ciaran Murphy, in the […]
If GAA mandarins are wondering how to structure a championship, they could do worse than take a little trip down to the Lakelands.
It’s been a tough week for the Derrygonnelly community, but their footballers showed their big hearts in 60 passion-filled minutes of football.
Few would argue with the view Roslea are the Fermanagh side best equipped to make a challenge in the provincial senior club championship.
The pursuit of goals is an obsession verging on addiction for Roslea. And it’s hard to argue with them when their three majors here proved the winning of the game.
Teemore face a huge test when they take on Roslea this Sunday. In the battle of the Shamrocks it has to be the Roslea men who are considered the warmest of favourites.
So far so good for champions Roslea as they have, without any undue hassle, hurdled their opening defences of their crown, two relatively straightforward wins chalked up over Lisnaskea and Belcoo.