Lisbellaw will go in as strong favourites in Sunday’s Fermanagh hurling final, the current champions go in search of an eighth Fermanagh senior hurling title in a row on Sunday at Brewster Park.
The Quarter-finals have been contested and there are four teams still in it to win it.
What separates the Gaelic footballer from the footballers in other codes is their total dedication to their local team and to the ideal of doing something special for their own community.
Fermanagh U14 (1999) Hurling Academy players will travel to Tyrone Centre of Excellence, Garvaghy, on Saturday 3rd August to compete in an Ulster Council U14C Blitz involving Fermanagh, Cavan, Monaghan and Tyrone.
U14 (1999) Football Academy 2013 Fermanagh U14s V Down Select. Saturday 3rd August 2013. Roslea. 12noon. Aughadrumsee: Eoghan McCabe. Derrygonnelly: Aidan McKenna, Aaron McGlone, Odhran McBrien. Derrylin: Gearárd McGuinness, Fearghal McGovern. Enniskillen: Jonathan Cassidy, Eoin Beacom, Tom Hughes Jordan, Ronan Beattie, John Reihill, Ronan Quinn, Gavin Greene. Erne Gaels: Ultan Kelm, Gareth Deery. Irvinestown: Jarlath Maguire, Ryan Keane, Caolan Ward. Kinawley: Paul […]
Fermanagh Senior Football Champions Tempo strolled into the last eight of the Fermanagh Championship with an 11 point win over an outclassed St. Pat’s Donagh in Brewster Park on Sunday.
This weekend sees the start of the Fermanagh Senior Football Championship with four exciting games taking plac
Peter Canavan Speaks Prior to The GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship 2013 Round 2
When the draw was being made on Monday morning and both Fermanagh and Cavan remained in the drum as others were bring pulled out, you just knew that they were destined to meet again, and that’s how it played out.