Armstrong delighted to end his season on a high

JON Armstrong was delighted to have ended his season on a high after finishing fourth overall at Rallye Du Var in France. Driving the same M-Sport Poland Rally3 Ford Fiesta he suffered a massive crash in at Barum Czech Rally during his European Rally Championship winning season, the Kesh native produced a consistently fast performance […]

‘Underdogs’ tag suits ’Skea, says McCaffrey

LISNASKEA goalkeeper Ethan McCaffrey knows that his side is going to be up against it when they take on the fancied Arva in Saturday’s Ulster Junior Football Championship semi-final, but it’s a challenge that the Emmett’s shot-stopper and his teammates are relishing. “A lot of people might see us as underdogs and that might be […]

Glasgow glory for Clements

CLONES athlete Irene Clements was part of the Ireland team which claimed a silver medal at the British & Irish Masters Cross Country Championships at Tollcross Park in Glasgow. Hosted by team Scotland, Clements took part in a competitive 6000m race where women from 35 to 60 took part. To read more on this story […]

All fun and games at the Futsall Schools’ Tournament

PUPILS from several primary schools in Enniskillen enjoyed a day out of the classroom as they took part in the Futsall Schools’ Tournament at the Lakeland Forum. Our photographer, Paul Jackman, was on hand to capture the action. To read more on this story see this week’s Fermanagh Herald. Can’t get to the shop to […]

Baldwin blasts CCCC’s proposal

‘IT’S absolutely ludicrous’ is how Erne hurling manager Joe Baldwin reacted to the proposal by the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) to potentially exclude Fermanagh from the Allianz Hurling League and top-tier competitions from 2025. Next month, CCCC delegates from across the country will meet to vote on whether counties with less than five adult hurling […]

Clogher Valley top the table

CLOGHER Valley’s women’s team mirrored their male 1st XV by sitting clear at the top of their league. The Valley took the points in an away match to Virginia which was named the ‘top of the table clash’. Both sides are well clear of third placed Ballymena who the two teams had beaten by over 50 points. […]

Bridge gymnasts show how it’s done in Belfast

LAST weekend Bridge gymnasts attended the Northern Ireland Championship Qualifiers in Shooting Starz Gymnastics Club. The two-day event comprising of floor, vault, beam and bars saw all the gymnasts placing with stiff opposition. SATURDAY RESULTS: Level 5: Dearbhlá Cogan – 1st Vault, 1st Floor Lili Kurek – 1st beam, 2nd Floor, 3rd Bars, 2nd AA Level 6: Guilana […]

Over 300 competitors face the ‘Fear’

THE 10th anniversary of FEARmanagh saw over 330 participants test themselves to the limits around the Cuilcagh Geopark last Saturday. Competitors from the local community, the UK, Ireland, Europe and Australia enjoyed the views around Lough Navar, Magho Cliffs and Big Dog Forest. Edward Kearney from Antrim and Laura O’Driscoll from Louth were named the first male […]

Aghadrumsee celebrate after extra time victory

THIS was a hard-fought Intermediate football final that went right down to the wire with Aghadrumsee claiming the honours in extra time. The lead exchanged hands a number of times and there was nothing between the sides at the break, level pegging at 1-3 apiece. Aghadrumsee started the brighter of the two teams in the second half […]

Weightlifter Christine wins gold in Poland

MOVE over Ellie McCartney, the older brigade in Fermanagh can strike gold too. Not to be outdone, Fermanagh woman Christine McCann won gold for Ireland last weekend at the World Masters Weightlifting Championships in Wieliczka, Poland. She was part of the Irish squad that consisted of 18 athletes (fifteen women and three men) competing in the international event, with ages ranging […]