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21 Aug 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Cadden makes ‘Gers pay the penalty late on

Goalkeeper Pat Cadden was the hero for Enniskillen Town as he drilled home an 89th minute penalty to ensure Rory Judge’s outfit started the season on a winning note.

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21 Aug 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Reilly and Lisbellaw off to a flyer

Two goals in the opening six minutes got Andy Reilly’s tenure as Lisbellkaw United manager off to the perfect start as they claimed a 3-0 win over Killen Rangers at Drumad on Saturday.

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21 Aug 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

‘Law drawn away in Junior as Kesh host Town

Last season’s beaten finalists Lisbellaw United will begin their Coca Cola Junior Cup campaign with an away game against Greenfield Park with the first round fixtures set to take place on Saturday September 13 and September 20.

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7 Aug 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department

Silver-lined finish to the week for Fermanagh Premier side

The Fermanagh Milk Cup premier squad ended their week on a high as wins on Thursday and Friday against Gold Coast and Otago respectively saw them lift the Milk Cup Shield and bring some silverware back from the North Coast.

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7 Aug 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department

A week of highs and lows for Juniors

The highs and lows that the competitive arena of the Northern Ireland Milk Cup creates were readily apparent for the Fermanagh Junior side who lost all five games but turned in some battling performances against top class opposition all the same.

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25 Jul 2014 16:00 • Editorial Department

Defender Quinn targets an upset

Milk Cup Junior vice captain Ronan Quinn believes his side can cause an upset by taking points off favourites Everton and Corinthians.

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25 Jul 2014 15:00 • Editorial Department

Ryan relishing the chance to lead from the front

Ryan Morris will captain Fermanagh’s Premier Milk Cup team at this year’s tournament, and the St Joseph’s student is relishing the opportunity to lead his county side.

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17 Jul 2014 16:15

Three Mallards sides hoping to impress at Foyle Cup

Ballinamallard will send three teams to next week’s Foyle Cup, one of the top youth tournaments in the province. The Premier League side will be the only Fermanagh representatives at the tournament, with the club entering squads in the under 10s, under 11s and under 12s.

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17 Jul 2014 16:00

Coffey Cup to celebrate its 75th anniversary

Friday’s opening Monaghan Bros Coffey Cup tie between Lisnaskea Rovers and Enniskillen Rangers will kick off the 2014 tournament as the competition celebrates its 75th anniversary.

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17 Jul 2014 15:45

Gary Bownes game with an added twist kick starts season

Ballinamallard’s preparation for their third season in the Danske Bank Premiership gets underway with their first two pre-season friendlies this weekend. On Friday night the club welcome Dungannon Swifts in the annual Gary Bownes Memorial Cup before they travel to Dunmurray to take on Derriaghy the following day.

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17 Jul 2014 14:30

Keohane hails enjoyable three years as he leaves Mallards

After three years at Ballinamallard Danny Keohane (pictured left) has left the club to attend University in London. The left back was a regular starter following his move from Sligo Rovers and he received the supporter’s players of the season award in the Mallard’s first campaign in the Premiership, but he has made the decision to end his time with the Mallards to study physiotherapy.

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12 Jul 2014 18:00

Les recalls Rattin, Eusebio and that famous 1966 World Cup final at Wembley

Sunday’s World Cup Final will bring back happy memories for Enniskillen man Les McIlfatrick, who was at Wembley to watch England lift the Jules Rimet Trophy 48 years ago.

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10 Jul 2014 14:45

Carroll trains with Mallards as he seeks a return to England

Northern Ireland goalkeeper Roy Carroll is training with Ballinamallard as he waits for an opportunity to return to English football.

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3 Jul 2014 16:15

Anderson hits out an 'unprofessional' Linfield

Ballinamallard United manager Whitey Anderson has accused Linfield of being ‘unprofessional’ after the Windsor Park outfit’s pursuit of Mark Stafford and Davy Kee.

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3 Jul 2014 15:00

Joe keen to go on loan after extending stay at Tannadice

Joe McGovern is hoping to play more first team football in the Scottish League this season after signing a new contract with Dundee United. The former Enniskillen Town player is not expecting to make United’s starting eleven however, but rather is hoping to play his football in the lower leagues if he can secure a loan move for the season.

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26 Jun 2014 17:00

Grant gets chance to shine in Rio

What a few months it has been for 27 year old Enniskillen man Grant Molloy. Back in April he earned the opportunity to play at Wembley in the Budweiser final and having shone there he will now make the dream trip to Rio, Brazil on Wednesday to play in the Budweiser World Cup 6v6 while he will also be a guest at one of the World Cup quarter-finals.

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26 Jun 2014 14:30

Good workout but Fermanagh made to pay the penalty at end

Fermanagh Premier manager Derek Sharpe was pleased with the work out his players received as they lost out on penalties in the Gary Bownes Memorial Cup at the Bawnacre Centre last Saturday.

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26 Jun 2014 14:30

Juniors beaten on penalties in 'game of two halves'

Fermanagh Juniors were edged out on penalties in the Gary Bownes Memorial Cup game at the Bawnacre on Saturday but manager Ryan Beacom felt it was another worthwhile workout for his squad.

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26 Jun 2014 14:00

Next stop Preston for delighted Little

Andy Little says that the history, fan base and ambition of Preston North End were the main reasons behind his decision to sign for the English League One side.

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19 Jun 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Ferney Park revolving door as Whitey shuffles the pack

It has been a busy week for Ballinamallard United manager Whitey Anderson who has completed a one year loan deal for Derry City midfielder Raymond Foy while Andy Crawford, Duwayne McManus and Richard Lecky have all left Ferney Park.

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