AS Derrygonnelly manager Garry Smyth knows, the opportunity to compete in an Ulster Club final ‘doesn’t come around too often’, and he is urging his players to make the most of Sunday’s chance. The Harps ladies are now just 60 minutes away from winning the provincial intermediate championship and Smyth is hoping that his team […]
The boys & girls of Killyhommon PS, Boho have been getting into the spirit of things and enjoying the build up to Derrygonnelly Harps Ulster Final against Kilcoo this coming weekend. The final is all the more special as P7 teacher Stephen McGullion will line out in midfield for the team. To show their support […]
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 […]
THE Ulster dream might be over for another year, but Fermanagh won’t have long to feel sorry for themselves. This weekend will see another flurry of round three qualifier games and the following weekend Rory Gallagher’s boys will be back in championship action. Erne midfield talisman Eoin Donnelly says it’s essential Fermanagh dust themselves down […]
Rosemary Barton said the prospect of a Fermanagh victory had led to some feeling under pressure and “deeply uncomfortable” .
Ahead of today’s big game. Herald sports editor John Hughes says the Fermanagh players have already written themselves into the history books.
Whatever happens on tomorrow this was an early Donegal and Fermanagh match up where both Elaine and Maurice are the worthy winners.
‘We set out to be a very hard working team’
“I suppose having a brother on the panel makes it a bit more special because we grew up playing football together.”
‘It’s everybody…women, men, children. They’re coming from everywhere. You even hear of ones coming from other countries. It’s brilliant.’