Following their victory over Wallace HS a fortnight ago, the Enniskillen squad faces Ballymena Academy this Saturday in the semi-final of the Medallion Shield.
As one of the traditional ‘heavyweights’ Ballymena were also seeded to enter the competition in the fourth round and have had easy wins against Ballyclare and Belfast Royal Academy in their previous games, without conceding a point so far.
They have a very big and heavy pack and are a well drilled side that plays to its strengths. 
Having won at home when the two sides met earlier in the season they will naturally go into this game full of confidence and expecting to win.
However, with a full squad now available again, the Enniskillen boys having been quietly preparing for the rematch.
 Having beaten the same opposition in Ballymena to win the final of the O’Kane Cup last season, they too have good reason to believe in themselves.
Former Ulster and Irish international prop and Triple Crown winner, Jimmy McCoy attended Tuesday’s training session and jumped right into a live scrummage practice. 
It’s now over 40 years since Jimmy turned out as a player on the Castle Lane pitches but his enthusiasm for the game is undiminished and he was a fantastic inspiration to both coaches and players. 
He had some sage words of advice on how to approach a big match – not least to “go and enjoy it”
Campbell College will play Methody in the other semi-final.
Both games will be played at neutral grounds, with the Enniskillen match at Dungannon Royal School. Kick-off 11am.