McNally looking forward to a packed house in Brewster


By Mark McGoldrick SEAN McNally will be Fermanagh’s last line of defence on Saturday and will be standing between the posts and the classy Tyrone forwards of Darren McCurry, Cathal McShane and Darragh Canavan, to name a few. The thought of facing Tyrone doesn’t unease the Teemore man too much; “I think every team in the […]


Owens is savouring his playing days


Many people say you’re the best player to come out of Fermanagh- how does that sit with you, Barry?    “I don’t even know if I was the best player in Teemore” he modestly laughs, “when you play alongside the likes of Ciaran O’Reilly and them, who were great footballers, skilfully-wise.   “ It is […]


Teemore GAA club resumes activities after Covid scare


IT’S all systems go this week after Teemore Shamrock’s got the go-ahead from the Public Health Agency to resume all club activity after two players tested positive for Covid last week following an Erne Cup against Lisnaskea. The club which responded immediately to health concerns, worked with the PHA in relation to the matter and […]


Teemore Shamrocks suspend club activity due to Covid


Teemore Shamrocks have suspended all club activities until early next after one player tested positive. The club who responded immediately to health concerns, are continuing to work with the PHA and recieve advice on this matter.   Speaking to the Herald, Teemore Shamrocks Club Chairman, Tommy Clarke, confirmed, “One player has tested positive. A number of […]


Peter Quinn-a family man and a football man


In the second of Peter Quinn’s two-part interview, he talks about life on and off the football pitch. A life brimming with highs and some lows too has made him the man he is today.    Have you changed over the years, Peter?   “Indeed I have, thankfully” he laughs. “I’m not as hot-headed as […]

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Peter Quinn- A dreamer and believer


30 years ago Peter Quinn became the 30th president of the GAA. His time in office left a lasting legacy and now as he enjoys retirement as a grandfather of five, in an exclusive two-part interview, he talks  about his presidency, playing days, family life and faith, amongst other things.    March, 1991 and Teemore […]


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. […]


Marita joins Mayo management


THE lure of inter-county football was always there for Marita McDonald, so it came as no surprise when the Teemore woman was recently named as a selector with Michael Moyles’ new Mayo management team. She is one of a fourteen strong backroom team that will try and re-establish Mayo as a key player on the […]


Teemore Shamrocks’ ‘Unsung Hero’


FOR the past decade, Garrett MacEnri has been actively involved in all aspects of the running of the Teemore Shamrocks GFC club, and now he holds the highly taxing position of Club Secretary. A passionate Shamrocks clubman, he has been helping out over the past 10 years coaching various underage teams, but in recent times, […]


Fermanagh Club All-Stars Revealed


Typically a glittering night in the Fermanagh GAA calander, this year’s Fermanagh Club All-Stars event, organised by Teemore Shamrocks, was reimagined and the streamed recording was played out for all to watch online. After months of preperation, tonight those tuning into Fermanagh GAA TV found out who the recipients of this year’s awards were. The […]