Devenish and Teemore do it again

If GAA mandarins are wondering how to structure a championship, they could do worse than take a little trip down to the Lakelands.

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Sad passing of Derrylin woman in her 102nd year

  The people of Derrylin bid a sad farewell to their oldest resident this week following the death of Anna Drumm, just a fortnight before she was due to celebrate her 102nd birthday.    Mrs Drumm passed away peacefully at her home at Garvary, Teemore on Saturday.    Despite being confined to her home for […]

League programme proceeding apace

The senior county side’s exit from the All-Ireland at the hands of Mayo ihas allowed the authorities a clear run at the domestic programme.

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Sheds targeted by thieves

Police appeal for information

Police in Lisnaskea have made an appeal following the theft of a trailer. Const. Colleen Johnston said, “It is thought the trailer was taken sometime around 1am on August 10th from the Derrykerrib Road area of Newtownbutler. If you can help with enquiries please call the 101 number, quoting reference number 108811815. Alternatively information about crime can be passed via the independent Crimestoppers number on 0800 555 111.”

Club championship set for end of August

Fermanagh GAA have released the programme for the opening weekend of club championship. 2015 marks the return of the intermediate championship, with a particularly hard fought competition expected in this section.

Quinn ‘peace’ talks take a turn for the worse

AFTER what appeared to be an upturn in the fortunes of Sean Quinn and his family, with the recent ‘return’ of part of his empire in Derrylin/Teemore/Ballyconnell to local ownership, and his role as consultant, things took a dramatic turn for the worse last week.