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18 Dec 2014 13:50

St. Joseph’s surge to U14 crown

St. Joseph’s Enniskillen captured the Under-14 schools title on Tuesday morning at a cold and wind swept Brookeboro venue.

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18 Dec 2014 13:30

St. Comhghall’s claim the U16 title by the narrowest of margins

St. Comhghall’s Lisnaskea were to be crowned Fermanagh U16 schools champions yesterday in Derrylin in a rip roaring and lively game of football, the Lisnaskea outfit holding off a second half fightback by St. Joseph’s to claim the title by a single point.

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11 Dec 2014 15:30 • Editorial Department

Boyle wants greater black card consistency

Fermanagh Secretary Tom Boyle is seeking greater consistency on the use of the Black Card by referees. In his report to Convention, Boyle says: “This year saw the introduction of a number of rule changes with the black card and the advantage rule being most talked about. While most of our referees coped well with these changes, there is still work to be done in ensuring the consistent application of the black card rule across all levels.”

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11 Dec 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

Club Eirne set for re-launch at Enniskillen Hotel

Having served Fermanagh with distinction on the pitch, three of the key players involved in the memorable run to the 2004 All Ireland semi-final are now giving the county their support off the pitch.

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11 Dec 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Attitude and application pleasing McGrath

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath (pictured) has expressed his satisfaction with how his players preparations for the new campaign have been coming along.

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4 Dec 2014 16:00 • Gareth Cauldwell

A great night that perfectly reflects St. Michael’s proud MacRory history

There was a large turnout in the Assembly Hall in St. Michael’s College last Thursday night to mark the launch of ‘The MacRory Cup - the Story of Ulster Colleges Senior Football’, written by Aidan Walshe, who was on hand to sign to copies of the 413 page book.

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27 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

We have to strive to ‘be the best we can be’ says new Club Eirne chairman Treacy

On Tuesday December 16 at the Enniskillen Hotel, Fermanagh fundraising group Club Eirne will be re-launched. Although carrying the same name, this is a new group who will be charged with fundraising for Fermanagh GAA.

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20 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Cadden: ‘We have to kick on from this’

Derrylin manager Mickey Cadden has urged his players to build on a very encouraging 2014 that saw the club crowned Fermanagh Intermediate champions and reach the last four in Ulster.

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13 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Harte can’t put finger on poor first half display

Roslea joint manager Mark Harte expressed severe disappointment after last Sunday’s Ulster Club defeat to St Eunan’s Letterkenny 1-09 to 0-06 but says his players can all hold their heads high after a double winning season for the Shamrocks club.

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13 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Sweet weekend for Caroline!

It was a double celebration last weekend for Fermanagh ladies midfielder Caroline Little. The 29 year-old won the Intermediate Player of the Year award and got engaged to Kenny Kerins.

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6 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

‘No individual has won us anything, it’s all about the squad’ - Shannon

Driving home from Belfast for training in November is just what Cathair Shannon wants as the Derrylin attacker looks ahead to an upcoming Ulster club semi-final date with Monaghan champions Inniskeen.

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6 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Cadden delighted with young players as Derrylin continue on upward curve

Derrylin manager Mickey Cadden was full of praise for his players as they dug deep to secure an extra time victory over St. Paul’s Lurgan in Crossmaglen on Sunday.

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6 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

McGarry delighted to get the monkey off the back

“Even dad, being an Antrim man wouldn’t begrudge me it,” laughed Kevin McGarry, following Sunday’s historic win for Portaferry over Antrim side Cushendall, in the Ulster Club Senior Hurling final.

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30 Oct 2014 15:15

More double joy for the Shamrocks

Roslea completed a marvellous year at adult level this season as their junior side followed in the footsteps of their senior outfit by completing a league and championship double by defeating St. Pat’s in the Erne Cup Division One final at Brewster Park on Sunday.

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30 Oct 2014 14:30

Derrylin need to be at their best to progress

Fermanagh champions Derrylin travel to Crossmaglen to take on Armagh Intermediate champions St Paul’s of Lurgan in an eagerly awaited Quarter final clash this Sunday afternoon. Both sides, if truth be told, would not have been expecting to still be playing football in November, let alone being County champions and in the Ulster club series.

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30 Oct 2014 13:30

Goals prove crucial for Gaels in final

Enniskillen Gaels secured the Division 2B title with a 3-08 to 0-11 victory over Aghadrumsee at Brewster Park on Sunday.

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23 Oct 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Strong finish pleases Harte as they battle their way to victory

Roslea’s ability to plunder goals again proved crucial as they over came 14 man Derrygonnelly to secure a league and championship double at Brewster Park on Sunday.

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23 Oct 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

O’Keefe’s late goal seals title for Emmetts

Lisnaskea secured the SFL Division Two A title with a three point win over Maguiresbridge at Brewster Park on Sunday.

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23 Oct 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Harps too strong for Gaels as they do the double

Just like the championship final a fortnight ago, Derrygonnelly were to outclass Enniskillen to secure a league and championship double, the Harps leading from start to finish with the result never in any real doubt.

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23 Oct 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

St. Michael’s take a point from opening two games

St. Michael’s were narrowly beaten by St. Patrick’s Armagh in their second game in the group stages of the MacRory Cup on Monday, Dom Corrigan’s charges losing out by a goal to St. Patrick’s Armagh in Donaghmore.

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