28 Mar 2015 10:00 • Mark Conway
The passing of a true Gael
The death recently of Phil Corrigan from Irvinestown aged 82 has robbed Fermanagh of one of it “true Gaels”.
6 Feb 2015 13:30 • Mark Conway
Video: The Impartial Reporter Celebration of Sport
The Impartial Reporter Celebration of Sport was enjoyed by almost 300 people at the Lough ErneResort last weekend in the presence of special guest John Delaney, chief executive of the Football Association of Ireland and MC Adrian Logan.
5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Mark Conway
Delaney - sport unifies people
Special guest at the Impartial Reporter Celebration of Sport, John Delaney extolled the virtues of sport’s ability to break down barriers and unify people when interviewed on stage by MC Adrian Logan.
5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Mark Conway
Emotional night for Keenans as Ted is honoured in style
Friday night’s Impartial Reporter Celebration of Sport award ceremony at the Lough Erne Resort honoured the late, great Ted Keenan as he was named the Americk Webtech Impartial Reporter Sporting Great.
19 Jan 2015 12:00 • Mark Conway
Golf must innovate to regenerate and become major player again
Golf clubs all over the island of Ireland have seen plenty of the rough for the past few years as the economic crisis and subsequent austerity drive has hit club memberships, green fees and retail turnover.
16 Nov 2014 15:00 • Mark Conway
Sport at its best when politics is kicked well into touch
It was interesting to read over the weekend that Republic of Ireland international James McClean refused to wear a Wigan Athletic shirt with a poppy embroidered into the jersey.
20 Jun 2014 09:00 • Mark Conway
Popular young man sustains head injury in freak accident
A popular young man in local footballing circles, Martin McGrath from Belcoo, is recovering in the Royal Victoria Hospital after sustaining a serious head injury in a freak accident outside his home on Thursday night.
19 Jun 2014 13:00 • Mark Conway
Glenn ‘ecstatic’ to be first Fermanagh winner Fermanagh winner of Enniskillen 10K
Lisnaskea’s Glenn Phair became the first Fermanagh man to win the Enniskillen 10K when he romped home by two clear minutes to top the podium in a time of 33 minutes and 11 seconds.
17 Jun 2014 09:30 • Mark Conway
VIDEO: Over 1000 runners take part in Enniskillen 10k
Over 1,000 runners and walkers took part in Saturday's Enniskillen 10K.
Glenn Phair was first home in a time of 33 minutes 11 seconds to become the first Fermanagh man to win the Enniskillen 10K.
1 Jun 2014 17:54 • Mark Conway
Latest: Fermanagh out after scoring fest at Brewster Park
Fermanagh 3-13 Antrim 2-18
A Ryan McCluskey shot cleared off the line in the 72nd minute was the final act of a wholly dramatic Ulster Senior Football Championship encounter played out at Brewster Park on Sunday.
17 May 2014 12:00 • Mark Conway
Broadcaster Little hails local determination to make Giro work
Graham Little whose company Century TV, broadcast the images of the Giro d’Italia to the world, has said there was a “determination within Northern Ireland” to ensure that the three day staging of the second biggest bike race in the world was a success.
2 May 2014 17:00 • Mark Conway
Sky's the limit for cup final duo
On Saturday, Glenavon will attempt to win the Irish Cup for the first time in 17 years and two Fermanagh men will play a leading role in their bid.