10 Oct 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department
Seaney and Trillick looking to bridge 29 year gap
Trillick go in search of the Tyrone Senior Championship this Sunday hoping to bridge a 29 year gap with a Fermanagh man in charge. Nigel Seaney, a native of Irvinestown and former county player of the late 80s and early 90s, has guided Trillick to a championship decider in his second year in charge.
10 Oct 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department
Opinion - Marty McGrath - Joined up thinking needed on fixtures
‘Now you know what it is like to be a club player’ is a comment that has been thrown at me a number of times this year. The lack of club matches in June and July has left many club players in this county frustrated and disinterested. And yes, for the first time in my career, I fully recognise what the club player is feeling.
9 Oct 2015 11:00 • Mark Conway
Robbie shows no FEAR to double up
Robbie Bryson showed absolutely no FEAR to retain his Fermanagh Endurance Adventure Race title following the third staging of the increasingly popular race which attracted up on 140 athletes at the weekend.
9 Oct 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department
Survival of the fittest in relegation decider
Friday night’s meeting of Newtownbutler and Maguiresbridge at Brewster Park should be a real championship encounter but instead of silverware for the winner, it is all about survival.
9 Oct 2015 09:30 • Editorial Department
Gallagher says Belnaleck are in the right place ahead of final
Belnaleck captain Mark Gallagher says that the Art McMurroughs are in the right place both physically and mentally as they look to see off Coa and secure the Junior Championship title on Friday night.
9 Oct 2015 09:00 • Editorial Department
Full strength squad a big boost for Coa states captain Lynch
Coa captain Gary Lynch feels that the O’Dwyers will be a different proposition on Friday night when they take on Belnaleck than they were when the sides met a few weeks away in the last encounter between the sides.
8 Oct 2015 20:00 • Editorial Department
From minimoto to British Champion: Elliott’s10 year road to success Josh’s road to success
Ballinamallard’s Josh Elliott has been crowned British Superstock 1000cc Champion after a dramatic finish to the penultimate round of the series at Silverstone.
8 Oct 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department
Clinical Skins deliver knock-out display
The Conference League may not be everybody’s cup of tea but Skins used it on Saturday to maintain their good form and produced another convincing win to defeat Banbridge 2nd XV by 43-10.
8 Oct 2015 17:30 • Editorial Department
Tour should capitalise on Rory’s commitment
Rory McIlroy admitted he considered quitting the European Tour to make his schedule easier to manage.
The Northern Irishman spends much of his time flying between Europe and the United States in order to compete on both major Tours, but he acknowledges it takes its toll.
8 Oct 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department
Double gold swims from Caragh and Ellie
Fermanagh swimmers were among the medals at the Ulster Minor Schools Swimming championships held at the Seven Towers Leisure Centre in Ballymena over the weekend.
8 Oct 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department
Santos’ unbeaten run comes to a halt
Enniskillen Athletic’s 100 per cent start to the season came to a shuddering halt at the Lakeland Forum on Saturday as Tummery Athletic put six past Joe Keenan’s side in a 6-1 thumping.
8 Oct 2015 15:30 • Editorial Department
‘Law remain top of table despite late, late Beragh equaliser
Lisbellaw United remain top of the Mercer League table despite being held to a 2-2 draw at home to Beragh Swifts on Saturday.
Trailing 1-0, Lisbellaw hit back with goals from Sean Keenan and Paul McGrath but they were denied the victory when Cain Hamilton grabbed an equaliser for the visitors as the sides had to settle for a point apiece.