Feature: Fermanagh’s Eoin Donnelly looks back on his county career

By Niall Gartland EOIN Donnelly stepped away after a decade of service on the Fermanagh team in January. He captained the side for most of that time period and rarely underperformed, but a first-ever Ulster Championship medal proved elusive. He prefers to accentuate the positive, however – he believes he left the Fermanagh jersey in […]

Opening shot: Donnelly black card shows its failings

In this week’s column, John Hughes argues that the evidence against the black card seems to mount up with every passing week. Hughes claims that the sanction is unfit for purpose and hits out Jerome Henry’s decision to flash a black card Eoin Donnelly’s direction in Fermanagh’s league defeat to Galway on Sunday. Fermanagh opened […]

McGrath assembles Ulster inter-pros squad

ULSTER manager Pete McGrath has taken significant steps towards assembling a squad for next month’s Interprovincial tournament, which takes place on the weekend of December 10/11th at Parnell Park. Perhaps surprisingly, this will be the Fermanagh boss’s first time leading the line for Ulster after the travails of last year’s ill-fated tournament, which was postponed […]

Devenney: Ulster Championship way ahead of the pack

With the throw-in for the Ulster Championship just over a week away,  we ask former Donegal footballer Brendan Devenney what he thinks lies in wait over the coming weeks…   What do you expect to happen in this year’s Ulster Championship? There are eight Ulster teams in the top two divisions and Antrim won Division […]