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 […]


Hogan Heroes’ honoured by Niamh’s creative flair


ST MICHAEL’S College has recently unveiled three commemorative photo boards which follow its team journey of the historic Hogan Cup winning team of 2019 where the school made history as it won a maiden All-Ireland title in joyous scenes in Croke Park. These three masterpieces have been innovatively designed and created by Niamh Blake, daughter […]


No MacRory Cup for McCaffrey


RONAN McCaffrey is one of a number of final year students at St Michael’s College who have been denied the opportunity to represent their school on the field one last time.    McCaffrey is the current MacRory Cup captain and is one of the last two ‘survivors’ of the Hogan Cup winning team of 2019. […]


Former St Joseph’s pupil behind striking tower block


AN award winning Derrygonnelly architect is celebrating success after scooping a top award for Irish Construction Excellence.  Former St Joseph’s College student Declan O’Dare lifted the prestigious Building Information Modelling (BIM) Excellence award at a ceremony held in Dublin last Friday.  The young architect admits that some of Fermanagh’s prided historic buildings influenced his early […]


Next stop Croker for St Michael’s lads


GREY clouds, cold air and a pathetic excuse for a programme contrast with the bright blue and gold of the refurbished Pearse Park stand as the steady trickle of supporters enters the Longford grounds. In the elevated press box, Ger Tracey and Peter McGinnity readying for live commentary, Phil Flanagan keeping social media up to […]


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St Kevin’s is now outperforming many grammar schools


NON-grammar schools in the Fermanagh area have recorded a strong A Level performance for 2019. Four local secondary schools ranked in the top 100 performers, alongside three Enniskillen grammar schools. The annual performance guide published by the Belfast Telegraph ranks all post-secondary schools where pupils sit A Level exams. Enniskillen Royal Grammar school was the […]