GALLERY: Glitz and glamour at the St Michael’s Formal

There was plenty of glitz and glamour on display as Year 14s at St Michael’s College in Enniskillen celebrated their Formal in style. To read more on this story see this week’s Fermanagh Herald. Can’t get to the shop to collect your copy? No problem! You can download a copy straight to your device by […]

St Michael’s in friendly win over Royal

AFTER a standout display of attacking rugby at Mullaghmeen, St Michael’s College proved too strong for the Enniskillen Royal Grammar School 3 XV side on Monday afternoon. Both teams started well with some tidy phases of controlled play. Mattie McDermott set the tone for the night with a crunching tackle in midfield, forcing a turnover […]

Captain O’Hanlon looks to lead by example

A FEW days out from the start of the MacRory Cup campaign, St Michael’s College captain Conor O’Hanlon feels that there is a ‘nice wee buzz’ in the camp. First called up to the MacRory Cup team in 2021, O’Hanlon is a vastly experienced campaigner and he was impressive for his club Irvinestown in the recent […]

Buchanan makes the cut for Commonwealth Youth Games

LAST week the news broke that St Michael’s College student, Frank Buchanan, had been selected for the Northern Ireland team competing at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Trinadad and Tobago in early August. The 16-year-old secured one of five track and field spots up for grabs and will run in the 1500m event at the […]

Horan hopes to climb the Hogan steps once more

THE last time Brandon Horan played in Croke Park, it was the most memorable of days. The 2019 Hogan Cup winning captain became the first St Michael’s player to lift the trophy for the college, on that historic April afternoon. His memories of that special day in Croke Park are still fresh in his mind; “I […]

Category: GAA

Confidence key for Dolan as he aims for glory

HE may be a 250/1 shot to win the World Darts Championship, but Brendan Dolan believes his new positive mindset will take him deep into the tournament at the Alexandra Palace. Back in July, the Belcoo man won his ninth non-televised PDC title, beating world number eight Jonny Clayton at the Barnsley Metrodome. But since […]

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 […]

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Pupils excel in A-Level results

  POST-16 students across Fermanagh have ‘excelled’ according to their school principals as A2 and AS students received their examination results on Tuesday morning. For the second year running, formal examinations were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic meaning schools themselves calculated the grades to be awarded to pupils. A third of the pupils in […]

PE teachers left confused after mixed messages

PHYSICAL Education teachers across the North have been left confused following on from a number of mixed messages from the Stormont Executive which saw Education Minister Peter Weir implement a number of COVID-19 restrictions on the school subject, before making a complete U-turn on the matter just 24-hours after the first announcement. Francis Shaw, a […]