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3 Aug 2015 10:00 • Julie Kenwell

Pride and passion

JUST as there is plenty of character in Clones, the village has its fair share of characters too!
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2 Aug 2015 18:00

Battling Fermanagh go down to the Dubs

Fermanagh's championship run came to an end in Croke Park today but Pete McGrath's side refused to go down without a fight, producing a battling second half performance before eventually losing by eight points to Jim Gavin's Dublin.
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2 Aug 2015 15:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

Why our athletes are being spurred on to tri, tri and tri again

“I love the buzz and the camaraderie.” That’s the reason given by Enniskillen woman Julie O’Hare for putting herself through the gruelling endurance of triathlons. She’s not alone.
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2 Aug 2015 12:00 • Editorial Department

Alcohol a ‘common thread’ in teen’s offences

A TEENAGER who claimed he was so drunk he couldn’t remember grabbing his girlfriend by the throat and kicking her during a series of arguments between the couple in Enniskillen town centre has been put on probation for two years.
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2 Aug 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department

Musicians’ delight at achieving success at the Fleadh

Fermanagh competitors had great success at the Ulster Fleadh which took place in Dromore, Co. Tyrone at the weekend.
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1 Aug 2015 19:00 • Editorial Department

Let’s take the fight to Dublin

Chatting to someone this week I likened Fermanagh’s task against Dublin to that of David’s against Goliath. The person agreed although he added that Goliath has already broken our slingshot.
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1 Aug 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department

Going to make up the numbers is not the McGrath way

Pete McGrath really doesn’t get it. He doesn’t get the notion that a team would be happy with their lot. Happy with reaching the quarter final of the All Ireland and putting up a good fight. He genuinely comes across as a little bemused at the very idea and assures us that his Fermanagh team will not be thinking like that.
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1 Aug 2015 16:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

Family business is quick to react to changing trends

We have a fierce loyalty to the Cathcart name, which has been trading in Enniskillen for over 40 years and we want it to be here for another 40 years.”
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