26 Jul 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department

Robbie believes his squad’s experience will stand to them

Fermanagh Milk Cup Premier squad manager Robbie Walker believes the quality and experience within his side will be a key ingredient to a successful tournament.

26 Jul 2015 15:00 • Brian Donaldson

First of its kind, Clogher Valley Playgroup marks 40 years

The first community playgroup to be established in the south-west of Northern Ireland is marking over 40 years in existence with a full enrolment and an outstanding inspection report.
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26 Jul 2015 14:30 • Mark Conway

VIDEO: Fermanagh netminder Treacy looks forward to the Croke Park challenge

Fermanagh goalkeeper Thomas Treacy speaks to the Impartial Reporter as Fermanagh booked their place in the last eight of the All-Ireland Final with a nine point win over Westmeath.

26 Jul 2015 13:00 • Rodney Edwards

Bert hangs up his chain and puts on his gardening gloves

FROM chairman to gardener. After 40 years in public service, Ballinamallard man Bert Johnston has found another way to serve the people – by keeping his beloved village in bloom.
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26 Jul 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department

Chemist’s son’s surgical career sees him as figurehead of Ireland’s largest medical school

“Attitudes are more important than abilities. Motives are more important than methods. Character is more important than cleverness; and the heart takes precedence over the head.”
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25 Jul 2015 22:20

Fermanagh boss McGrath says half time words from black carded duo inspired his side

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath says that words from black carded pair Marty O'Brien and Ryan McCluskey at half time drove his side on as they produced a dominant second half display to set up a clash with the Dubs at Croke Park next Sunday

25 Jul 2015 21:30 • Editorial Department

Caroline ready as she bids for fourth Ulster title

Caroline Little will be hoping to add a fourth Ulster championship medal to her collection, on Sunday afternoon. The 30 year-old from Lisnaskea Emmetts has been playing county football since she was 14 years old. Now, under her own brother Aidy’s management, she will look to add to her success of the past.
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25 Jul 2015 21:00 • Editorial Department

Aidy believes stronger bench will see them through

Manager, Aidy Little believes Fermanagh ladies are a stronger side, than they were this time last year when they surrendered their Ulster title crown to a Down team, who went on to win the All-Ireland.
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