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 […]

Donation will help with Newtownbutler developments says Hugo

By Niall Gartland and Mark McGoldrick BILLIONAIRE Limerick financier JP McManus is donating €1 million to every county in Ireland to be invested in Gaelic games, a gesture that is very much welcomed by Newtownbutler chairman Hugo Fitzpatrick. It emerged last Friday that Mr McManus, one of the richest men in Ireland, is gifting €32 million to […]

Lisnaskea goalkeeper McCaffrey happy with underdogs tag

By Mark McGoldrick LISNASKEA goalkeeper Ethan McCaffrey knows that his side is going to be up against it when they take on the fancied Arva in Saturday’s Ulster Junior Football Championship semi-final, but it’s a challenge that the Emmett’s shot-stopper and his teammates are relishing. “A lot of people might see us as underdogs and […]

Cavan will be gunning for us says Jones

By Mark McGoldrick FERMANAGH midfielder Ryan Jones is relishing the opportunity of playing for Fermanagh in Croke Park, five years after he last set foot on the hallowed Dublin sod wearing the Erne jersey. “We’ll go down to Croke Park and try and represent ourselves well,” he said after Sunday’s win over Cavan. “We’ve a […]

Cullen glad to be back in the game

By Katrina Brennan LEE Cullen last played for Fermanagh against Meath in the 2019 league campaign but you could hardly tell the Belnaleck man hasn’t played at this level for almost four years. Cullen returned from Australia in December and started at full back against Down at the weekend. He picked up their danger man Pat Havern and kept […]

Love eager for team to grab more glory

By Katrina Brennan AT 21 years of age, corner forward Conor Love is one of the most exciting prospects on the Fermanagh football scene. After producing throughout the championship, the pacey attacker once again delivered for his club on Sunday afternoon, banging in two goals and a point for his team on their way to […]

‘Mixed emotions’ for Ryder and Bradley

By Mark McGoldrick SEAMUS Ryder breathed a huge sigh of relief at full time as a late Erne Gaels rally snatched a much-needed draw in their first-round clash with Belnaleck on Sunday. “I was happy enough with the point, in the end, up,” said Ryder. “It was a good result with 14 men and three […]