Donnelly confident for ‘new chapter’ at St Michael’s


ST Michael’s MacRory Cup captain Lughaidh Donnelly will watch from the sidelines tonight [Wednesday] as his team bids to get their campaign off to a winning start with a victory over old foes Omagh CBS. The Ederney man is currently sidelined as a result of a serious leg injury which he picked up earlier this […]


VIDEO: Happy Retirement Dom!


Happy Retirement Dom! After years at St Michael’s College, Dom Corrigan has called it a day.   He leaves with a lasting legacy having led the college to vast success on the Gaelic field, including MacRory Cup titles and a Hogan Cup.   A few of Dom’s old friends have paid him a special tribute. […]


Three gold medals at Irish Schools’ Championships


By Paul O’Neill The qualification started in late April at the District Championships before the provincial finals last month. Last Saturday, over 1200 athletes from 369 schools fought it out for the 122 titles on offer at the Irish Schools’ Championships held at the Tullamore stadium. St Michael’s athlete, Jack O’Connor, has been in scintillating form […]


Medals at Mallusk for local students


THE performance of Sean Corry to take the Junior Boys title was one of a number of notable performances from Fermanagh athletes at the Ulster Schools Cross Country Finals at Mallusk, on Wednesday last. The athletes from five schools yielded a total of four podium finishes, three team medals and a total of 20 qualifiers for the […]


Perfect start for McKenna with Ipswich Town


By Mark McGoldrick KIERAN McKenna enjoyed a winning start to his Ipswich Town managerial career last Wednesday night. With 44 minutes on the clock at Portman Road, winger James Norwood slotted the ball to the back of the Wycombe Wanderers net to give McKenna’s side an early advantage. Speaking to iFollow Ipswich, the Enniskillen man said; “It’s a […]


McKenna up for the challenge as Ipswich manager


By Mark McGoldrick WHEN rumours began to circulate last week that Kieran McKenna was among the candidates for the vacant Ipswich Town hotseat, there was a mixed reaction and a lot of surprise. How could a man from rural Fermanagh get a job at one of the oldest and most popular football clubs like Ipswich […]

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Local athletes pick up national medals


After almost two years since a National Clubs Cross Country Championships took place, athlete and spectators converged on Santry Demesne for a superb day’s competition. Following impressive results at the provincial championships in Dundonald four weeks ago, it was widely anticipated that a number of Fermanagh athletes would be in the shake up for medals at […]


Ulster titles for Fermanagh athletes


IT was a very productive day for Fermanagh athletes at the first of this year’s Ulster Cross Country Championships in Dundonald on Sunday. Three podium individual medals, four team medals and an inter-county win capped off a great event. In the fourth race of the day Piaras Toner, running in the colours of Clones, ran a very […]