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St. Michael's Paul Breen carries the ball forward against St. Macartan's.

Smash and grab sends St. Michael's into last eight

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath.*

Nothing to fear in Ulster declares McGrath

© Trevor Lucy Tel: 07872 427024Action from Ballinamallard v Carrick Rangers. (47282760)

McKenna hopes to put disjointed start to season behind him

Western men's bowling team ready for Tyrone derby

Western men's bowling team ready for Tyrone derby

Simon Graham (47200348)

Lakeland Special Olympics teams wins top National Football Award

Digging deep...working on the pool in the 1970s.

Renovated Fivemiletown College swimming pool to be opened by Mary Peters

John Duffy looks to get Maguiresbridge moving forward during their key win over St. Pat's on Sunday.*

Bridge move a step closer to safety

Enniskillen 1st XV  v Larne 1st XV.*. (47024571)

Impressive Enniskillen notch up another excellent league win

James Turley scored Enniskillen Rangers seconds goal on Saturday.

Kerr disappointed to take nothing from game

Declan McCusker and Sean Quigley were key performers for their teams as they played out a draw on Sunday.

Ederney and Roslea share the spoils

Maguiresbridge goal scorer Peter Law gets his head to the ball ahead of Hospitals Barry Howe.*

Murphy targeting maximum points before break for second placed Bridge

Tiernan Daly breaks forward for Lisbellaw during their win over Strathroy Harps.

Lisbellaw go top of the table as Harps suffer second defeat in a row

A Portora player powers forward during the win over Portadown College on Saturday.*

Portora add to growing reputation

Harris Crowley claimed a gold medal at the Louth Championships.

Crowley delighted with performances as Erne boxers secure five golds

Portora Boat Club rowers all kitted out for the club's first gala ball are (from left)Orla McConville, Sam Armstrong, Carrie McShea, Ryan Ballantine, Alice Beacom, Ross Corrigan, Elizabeth Clarke and Barney Rix with Rebecca Conway coxing.

Portora Boat Club to host Gala Ball

Irvinestown's Gary Maguire is tackled by Enniskillen's Neil Love during their encounter at Brewster Park on Sunday.*

Irvinestown and Teemore up as St. Molaise beat Gaels

Derrygonnelly manager Martin Greene has his eyes firmly fixed on a league and championship double.*

Harps remain on course for the double

St. Michael's Colm Jones evades a challenge during the game against St. Pat's Armagh.

Quarter-final spot at stake for St. Michael's

Newtownbutler Ladies celebrate winning the Division One title with victory over Kinawley.*

Newtown deserving winners as they reclaim league crown

Caitlin Love in the butterfly at the Ulster Short Course championships

Lakelanders show plenty of improvement at Short Course championships

Fermanagh's Alannah Leonard in freestyle action.

Scholarship for Fermanagh swimmer Alannah Leonard

Vincent McAree of sponsors McAree Engineering Ballinode presents the Communications Award to Pauric McGurn from Fermanagh

Fermanagh men awarded at Ulster Writers night

Harris Crowley.

Notable performances and success for Crowley siblings

Ballinamallard goalkeeper Alvin Rouse.*

Mallards urge clubs to act after player racially abused

Pete Robinson (46587804)

Clarke seals second after fourth place finish

Enniskillen Rangers' midfielder Matt Holden slides in to win possession during the win over Dergview Reserves.*

Sproule bags a hat-trick in Rangers romp

Tempo's Declan Campbell attempts to make a block against St. Pat's on Sunday.*

Tempo move ever closer to safety

Jason Flanagan looks to get Lisnaskea moving forward during their encounter with Strule United on Saturday at Castle Park.

Rovers frustrations continue as they lose to leaders

Sean Quigley produced an exhibition of score-taking as Roslea defeated Erne Gaels.*

Virtuoso performance from Quigley keeps Roslea in the hunt

Irvinestown's Gary Maguire holds off an Enniskillen Town opponent at the Bawnacre on Saturday.*

Judge taking it one game at a time as Town hit Wanderers for four

Sam Frazer pushes through the Coleraine tackles as he spearheads a Portora try on Saturday morning.*

Medallions prove too strong for Coleraine

Enniskillen's James McKenna comes under pressure during Sunday's defeat to Teemore*.

McManus goal proves decisive as Teemore take advantage in promotion race

@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland-  3rd November  2015Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/PresseyeNIFWA Chairman Stephen Watson presents Ballinamallard United Manager Whitey Andrerson with the Belleck Manger of the Month Award  for October. (45768540)

Whitey aims to bounce back

Clogher Valley coaches Davy Black and Glen Kyle have a Junior Cup semi-final to plan for after the win over Portadown.

Clogher Valley beat Portadown to move within one game of another final

The St. Michael's U13 cross country team.

Muddy marvels make podium

Shane McGirr and Jackie Elliott in high speed action in the Glens Forestry Rally.

Second outright win of the season for navigator Barry

6 November 2015; Fermanagh players, from left, Daniel Teague, John Duffy, Declan McGarry, David Teague and  Ciaran Corrigan with their Lory Meagher Champions 15 Awards at the GAA GPA All-Star Awards 2015 Sponsored by Opel. Convention Centre, Dublin. Pictu

Top awards for hurlers at All Stars

St. Michael's Eoghan Curran under pressure from St Mary's Tiarnach Donaghy and Peter Lagan during Tuesday's MacRory Cup meeting between the sides.

Back to back wins for St. Michael's

The victorious Aghadrumsee team celebrate their win.

Crudden expecting more success from talented ladies team

A high challenge from William Armstrong on Aidy McCaffrey as he attempted to win the ball.

Teague handed three game ban as 'Gers are a cut above

Eimear Smyth.

Eimear Smyth continues remarkable progress with Belfast win

The Roslea players celebrate after securing the Reserve A Championship title with victory over Derrygonnelly.

Goals key for Roslea as they down Harps

Ulster GAA Personality of the Year, in the opinion of Marty McGrath, should be Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath.

Opinion - Marty McGrath - The All-Stars represents an important part of the game

Irvinestown player manager Shane Goan (left) in the heat of battle on Sunday.

Shane proud of effort but now targets promotion

Joe Keenan back playing and winning with Santos.

Keenan delighted with the transformation in seven days as Killen are put to the sword

Some strong tackling during Irvinestown's narrow defeat to Glenavy in the Ulster Club Intermediate Championship.

Irvinestown lose out narrowly

It's celebration time for Ballinamallard as Ryan Campbell (second left) finds the net in the win over Warrenpoint at Ferney Park.

Rocket delighted to get home ‘monkey off the back’ at last

PC Falconer bursts over the line to score a try for Clogher Valley during their win over Portadown on Friday night.

Davy happy to be back in league and winning

Mark Henry’s Ederney are firmly in the melting pot for a league final place.

Ederney now firmly in the mix as four teams chase two league final places

The return of Chris O’Brien to Irvinestown colours was hailed by joint manager Dermot McCann.

Murphy goal magic is the big difference

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