College football’s Holy Grail, the fabled Hogan Cup, has finally been captured by St Michael’s.
Presumably in buoyant mood after their exhilarating triumph at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds, St Michael’s will now embark on the chase for a prize which has eluded all other Enniskillen sides who have emerged from the ferociously competitive arena of Ulster MacRory Cup football. In two previous seasons, 2002 and 2012, St Michael’s teams managed to […]
All sides embarking on a competition do so with a certain degree of optimism, unfortunately for most a misplaced one. For this season’s MacRory Cup campaign, St Michael’s would perhaps have launched out back in the autumn with a stronger sense of belief than would have been the case in more recent seasons. And that […]
TWO St Michael’s College students, Fintan Mc Girr (Year 13) and Stephen Lawn (Year 14) have been praised for saving the life of a man who got into trouble hanging off a nearby jetty close to the police station in Enniskillen. Both received a Bravery Award for their ‘heroic’ bravery The citation outlined that Steven […]
Father-of-two takes on priests’ duties in break with tradition
Monsignor Peter O’Reilly has said the Trust is open to other proposals however an appeal has since been made for Archbishop Eamon Martin to intervene.
St Michael’s, Enniskillen got the better of St Patrick’s, Cavan this afternoon, but only after overturning a 1-2 to 0-8 half-time deficit.
“The Brothers were supposed to be tough, but I didn’t see anything tough about them. Indeed I had a great time there.”
With A level results out today and GCSEs next week, students are urged to weigh up their options.
The schools have been given more time to work together on how to proceed.