“WOULD somebody tie that boy to the goalpost!” It’s not a shout you’d normally hear from a Fermanagh fan during a match, but it perfectly sums up goalkeeper Seán McNally’s attitude when it comes to playing the modern game. The role of the ‘sweeper keeper’ has taken on huge significance in recent years and McNally is […]
CONOR Love is one of three senior Fermanagh players who are eligible to play for the under-20 team in this Friday’s Ulster Championship quarter final. Love was drafted into the senior panel this year after a superb club campaign with Enniskillen Gaels, where he hit 3-12 to fire the county town side to intermediate […]
FERMANAGH have been drawn to play Monaghan in this year’s Ulster Championship. The draw was made live on the RTE Six One news on Tuesday evening. Fermanagh avoided the preliminary round of the draw but were dealt an away fixture for the quarter final meeting with neighbours Monaghan. Fermanagh’s last Ulster Championship […]
A mind-blowing individual tally of 12-88 in all competitions last year identified Eimear Smyth as one of the top sharp-shooters of the ladies game and now the Erne star is eagerly looking forward to a return to the pitch. Last week the LGFA confirmed the formats for the 2020 All-Ireland series had been decided with […]
Derrygonnelly captain Ryan Jones says it is massive for his side getting past a stubborn and physical Cargin side on Sunday past. Jones was at his scintillating best throughout Sunday’s, 2-10 to 0-12 success which saw the Harps claim a first ever away win in the Ulster Senior Football Club Championship. The Erne champions now […]
Sunday sees Fermanagh and Antrim locking horns for the fourth time in 2019. The Ernesiders have come out on top in the three previous encounters. One of those clashes was in the Division 4 league final in Clones. It’s back to St Tiernach’s on Sunday, with silverware on the line once again. Despite that 100 […]
As an attacker, confidence is key. And anyone who has ever seen Callum Jones play would never describe him as a man lacking in confidence. Donegal have now firmly established themselves as one the underage heavyweights in Ulster. However this Fermanagh u20 team go into this game with rather more positivity around them than has […]
It was June 2013, Fergus and Gill Kelly have made the brave decision to move back home to Derrygonnelly from Oxford, England. Also making the trip across the Irish Sea were their two sons, Jack and Kieran. For 21-year-old Jack the rest is history. Back then he was a 16 year old who had never […]
It all happened in a flash, but Fermanagh Herald photographer Jason McCartan was the right man in the right place.
Fermanagh booked an Ulster semi-final slot against the winners of Tyrone and Monaghan with a determined showing against 14 man Armagh.