McElroy was one of the best of his generation says Dominic Corrigan

By Michael McMullan FORMER Fermanagh manager Dominic Corrigan has described the late Gerry McElroy as one of the best forwards of his generation. McElroy was laid to rest on Tuesday in Lisnaskea with hundreds of mourners in attendance from across Fermanagh and beyond. Speaking on this week’s Gaelic Lives podcast ahead of Fermanagh’s Ulster Championship […]

Corrigan remains at helm of native Kinawley

By Niall Gartland DOMINIC Corrigan will remain in charge of his native Kinawley for a third season, it has been confirmed. The vastly-experienced former Fermanagh manager steered the club to this year’s Division One title but they came up short in an entertaining high-scoring game against Derrygonnelly in the semi-finals of the championship. Beaten championship […]

Corrigan hails the character of his team

By Katrina Brennan IT could’ve gone either way but in the end Kinawley manager Dom Corrigan was the one smiling. A one-point winning margin against Ederney meant Kinawley finished second in the table and most importantly secured a home quarter-final against the winners of Sunday’s re-fixed game between Belnaleck and Roslea. “I thought both teams went […]

Kinawley will be huge test says Harps boss

By Mark McGoldrick DERRYGONNELLY joint-manager Paul Greene is expecting a ‘massive challenge’ from Kinawley in Sunday’s Division One decider. “It’s going to be a huge test,” said the Harps boss, ahead of the big game. “It has been a very competitive league. Kinawley has been very dominant throughout and they have produced some great results. […]

Winning return for Dom

By Katrina Brennan With Kinawley safely through to the semis, Sean Leonard, the Kinawley assistant manager was delighted with his team’s display; “We’re really happy. That was our goal to get through to the semi final, we get another week now to recover from this, then prepare for the semi final. “We all rowed behind […]