Congratulations to Nicola Timoney (Belcoo) who won the Ulster Scór Sinsir Final in Derry
A saved Tomas Corrigan penalty and the dismissal of Declan McCusker midway through the second half of this tight encounter at Pairc Tailteann were the crucial turning points as Fermanagh’s brave league campaign ended just short of the league final and promotion.
The introduction of the Black Card was the major talking point to arrive out of busy GAA Annual Congress which was held in Derry last Saturday. In all 60 motions were passed, 10 rejected and three withdrawn. Hawkeye, the public time-clock, the advantage rule as well as GAA grounds being made available for Rugby World […]
Fermanagh may sit top of Allianz NFL Division Three but it is certainly all still to play for with regards promotion and a league final place. Peter Canavan’s side need one point from their final game against Meath to guarantee a top two finish in the league although other results may determine that Fermanagh will […]
A chairde, Please find attached the Adult League Football Rounds for the upcoming season. Clubs and other stakeholders are reminded of the following:- Erne Cup 3 Round 1 is scheduled for?Friday April 5th @ 6.30pm.?(EC 3 clubs are asked not to involve Co Minors on Friday nights until the Ulster Minor League is concluded) Erne […]
Fermanagh 0-11; Donegal 0-09; Fermanagh produced a superb second half performance as they opened up their Ulster Minor League campaign with a 0-11 to 0-09 victory over Donegal at Brewster Park on Tuesday night. If ever there was a game of two halves then this was it as anything other than a Donegal victory was […]
Fermanagh hurlers have two more games wherein they’ll try to retain Division 3A status next year. With only one win, against Tyrone, under their belts and having suffered defeats to Louth and Donegal, the next two games are massively important for the Erne men. Saturday’s defeat to Donegal puts a bit more pressure on the […]
Fermanagh could take another big step towards gaining promotion to Division Two this weekend when they face Kevin Walsh’s Sligo outfit at Brewster Park on Sunday.
Fermanagh hurling joint manager Seamus McCusker feels that his side are going to have to produce a big performance if they are make it back to back wins in Allianz NHL Division 3A on Sunday when they take on Louth.
Fermanagh fell to their first defeat of the league campaign when falling by two points to Monaghan following an entertaining encounter at Brewster Park on Saturday evening.