30 Jul 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department
Experienced Friars debuts in easy win over Dergview
Whitey Anderson has dipped into the transfer market to strengthen his defence with just over a week remaining before the start of the league season, with Premier League winner Emmett Friars joining the Mallards until the end of January after agreeing a loan deal from Crusaders.
30 Jul 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department
‘We’ll prepare for Dublin like we do any other team’
Maybe we do the Dublin players a disservice, but it is hard to see Bernard Brogan sending out a message to his team-mates wondering who fancies a hot chocolate in Bewleys of a Wednesday afternoon.
30 Jul 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department
Double gold for Portora rowers representing Ireland
There was success for Portora Boat club members at the Home International Regatta which was held at Strathclyde Watersports Centre, Scotland on Saturday.
30 Jul 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department
Opinion - Marty McGrath - Now that Ed has warmed up Croker, let Fermanagh rock on the big stage
After the match on Saturday, I fast tracked my way to Dublin for a date with Ed Sheeran at Croke Park. Running late, we hopped into a taxi and as we made our way across the city, the taxi man asked where we were from and with great satisfaction we informed him, “Fermanagh”. “Down checking out the pitch for next week?” he quipped. It was a proud moment; our county is heading back to Croker, back in the headlines with the big boys!
30 Jul 2015 14:00 • Editorial Department
World bronze for Nixon in Bulgaria
Local rowing hit more new highs at the weekend as Holly Nixon won a bronze medal at the World U23 Rowing Championships where Henry Millar and Lloyd Seaman also gained international recognition and produced top class performances at these prestigious championships in Bulgaria.
30 Jul 2015 13:00 • Mark Conway
We are Fermanagh and that’s all we need
We are Fermanagh.
I don’t particularly know what being Fermanagh means but I do know I like it.
25 Jul 2015 21:30 • Editorial Department
Caroline ready as she bids for fourth Ulster title
Caroline Little will be hoping to add a fourth Ulster championship medal to her collection, on Sunday afternoon. The 30 year-old from Lisnaskea Emmetts has been playing county football since she was 14 years old. Now, under her own brother Aidy’s management, she will look to add to her success of the past.
25 Jul 2015 21:00 • Editorial Department
Aidy believes stronger bench will see them through
Manager, Aidy Little believes Fermanagh ladies are a stronger side, than they were this time last year when they surrendered their Ulster title crown to a Down team, who went on to win the All-Ireland.
24 Jul 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department
Top level performances from Fermanagh swimmers at national championships
Fermanagh was well represented at the Irish Age Group and Summer Open Championships at the National Aquatic Centre, Dublin last week as they pitted their skills against nearly 900 swimmers from not only Ireland but diverse locations such as Canada, Germany, Oman, Poland, Qatar, UAE and UK.
24 Jul 2015 12:00 • Editorial Department
Dominant Gaels land first minor title in 17 years
IN the end the scoreline tells its own tale. Enniskillen Gaels deservedly collected their first minor championship title in 17 years.
23 Jul 2015 19:00 • Editorial Department
‘Lesson learned’ as Josh crashes out with chequered flag in sight
Ballinamallard racer Josh Elliott was acentuating the positives amid the disappointment of crashing out two laps from home while contesting the lead against championship rival Alastair Seeley.
23 Jul 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department
O’Rourke delighted to lead Farney to second Ulster title in three years
Derrylin native Malachy O’Rourke has led Monaghan to their second Ulster title in three years after the Farney men overcame favourites Donegal in Sunday’s Ulster final in Clones by a single point, 0-11 to 0-10.