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17 Apr 2015 10:30

Trojan swims from young Lakelanders in Dublin gala

There were a number of top swims from the Enniskillen Lakelanders at the annual Trojan Gala in the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin.


17 Apr 2015 10:15

Tom ready for the challenge of his life

Fermanagh man Tom Mohan is facing a daunting task as he leads the Republic of Ireland U17 team into next month’s European Championships, having been pitched against England, Holland and Italy in the group stages.


16 Apr 2015 20:44

Shamrocks win as both teams look for managers

Both these sides were met with managerial turmoil coming into the tie but it was Roslea who were to come out of the game with the much sought-after two points.


16 Apr 2015 20:02

Bradley has no complaints as lucky goal is the difference

Belcoo manager James McGrath aims to make their home patch a tough place for opponents to come and get points after he watched his side secure an opening day win at home to Tempo on Sunday.


16 Apr 2015 19:30

'We'll enjoy this week, then start planning for next season' says Whitey

Ballinamallard manager Whitey Anderson says planning for next season will start in the next couple of weeks but for now they will enjoy the fact that they have secured their Premiership status with two games to go.


16 Apr 2015 16:30

Town complete double at U18 level

Enniskillen Town Utd secured the Lowry Corry Cup with a 4-0 win over Killen Rangers on Tuesday night at the Bawnacre, the result seeing Town secure a league and cup double at this age group.


16 Apr 2015 16:00

Conall wins second Irish title of season

Conall Mahon’s successful season continued last weekend as he became an Irish Universities double champion.


16 Apr 2015 15:35

‘Great feeling’ to secure another year in Premier League

Three points against Coleraine on Saturday secured another season in the top flight for Ballinamallard. Their second away win of the season came at the perfect time for the Mallards, but despite flirting with the bottom two relegation places throughout the season, midfielder Cathal Beacom had “no doubts” the club would retain their Premier league status.


9 Apr 2015 20:00 • Gareth Cauldwell

‘It’s a massive win’ says goal hero Jay

Jason McCartney bagged both Ballinamallard goals in the 2-0 win over Institute on Tuesday night at Ferney Park and while the attacker was delighted to get his name on the scoresheet, he was quick to stress that the win was the most important thing to come out of the game.

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9 Apr 2015 17:30 • Editorial Department

Reasons to love the Masters

Masters should ignite golfing season With the European Tour in a semi retired state at present it’s time for this year’s golfing season to finally get the kick start it badly needs.

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9 Apr 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department

‘We can have no complaints, they were that bit better than us on the day’ says Black

Clogher Valley joint coach Davy Black was proud of the efforts of his team, despite failing to land their fourth Powerade Towns’ Cup title in five years.

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9 Apr 2015 16:30 • Editorial Department

Circuit frustration for Fisher and Armstrong

The Circuit of Ireland was a frustrating event for both Alastair Fisher and Jon Armstrong, with both drivers failing to finish despite good starts.

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9 Apr 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department

Super Josh seals second at Donington Park

Josh Elliott secured his highest ever finish when he crossed the line in second place at this weekend’s Pirelli National Superstock 1000cc class at Donington Park.

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9 Apr 2015 15:30 • Gareth Cauldwell

‘Clare performance a stick for management to beat us with ahead of league final’ - Donnelly

Fermanagh captain Eoin Donnelly says that Fermanagh have plenty to work on ahead of the Division Three final meeting against Armagh following Sunday’s two point loss to Clare at Cusack Park.

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9 Apr 2015 15:00 • Gareth Cauldwell

‘We’ll be a better team for this loss’ says McGrath

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath admits that they could have no complaints about Sunday’s loss to Clare in Ennis.

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9 Apr 2015 14:00 • Editorial Department

Gary and Claire lift Mixed Pairs title

The only tournament played in Western zone in which the ladies bowlers are very much in demand is St. Macartin’s Mixed Pairs which was played towards the end of March.

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9 Apr 2015 13:45 • Editorial Department

Shoot out joy for ‘Law as they set up Town semi-final clash

(Lisbellaw win on pens) Lisbellaw will face Enniskillen Town in the semi-final of the Impartial Reporter Mulhern Cup after edging past Enniskillen Rangers on penalties after the sides were deadlocked at one apiece after extra time. Goalkeeper Willie McFrederick was the hero for Lisbellaw, scoring in the shoot-out before saving the final penalty to book his side’s place in the last four.

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9 Apr 2015 13:15 • Editorial Department

‘We are hitting form at the right time’ - Judge

Enniskillen Town eased past Lisnaskea Rovers to secure a semi-final tie against Lisbellaw in the Impartial Reporter Mulhern Cup.

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5 Apr 2015 15:00

Aaron knows Clogher will have to be at their Best

Clogher Valley Captain Aaron Best is looking forward to leading his team out to their fifth Towns’ Cup final in six years in front of an enthusiastic band of travelling supporters from the West.


3 Apr 2015 19:00

Jones keen to move on to next target after securing promotion

Fermanagh midfielder Ryan Jones is not about to sit back and admire the view after Sunday’s convincing win in Innovate Wexford Park secured promotion to Division Two for the 2016 season.


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