By John Carney FERMANAGH is turning into a mecca for Ireland’s hurley makers as they search for the dwindling wood they need to keep a healthy production line going. The ancient Irish sport of hurling is called the “clash of the ash” because the hurls or hurley sticks are made from the bottom 1.3m of the native […]
ALL-IRELAND champions Antrim lead the way in the 2022 TG4 Team of the Junior Championship. Along with the intermediate team, they are set to receive their awards at a Croke Park function on Friday November 4. Laois were crowned TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate champions on July 31, following victory in the Final over fellow Leinster outfit, […]
DERRY’S defeat to Galway brought the curtain down on Ulster’s interest in the inter-county season. Shaun Casey takes a look into all nine counties… Antrim The Good Antrim would have been pleased with their League progress after earning promotion to Division Three last season, as they finished mid-table. With two games remaining this year, Antrim […]
By Niall McCoy THE Fermanagh Herald front page on 18 December 1996 showed a beaming Cormac McAdam celebrating moments after helping the Erne County to the All-Ireland B title in Carrick-on-Shannon after a replay win over Longford. The Fermanagh goalkeeper had collected the trophy from then GAA President, the late Jack Boothman, amid a huge […]
Kieran Donnelly has become the new Fermanagh manager.
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION THREE NORTH Fermanagh v Longford Saturday, Brewster Park , 3pm FORTUNATELY for Fermanagh, their easiest game of the campaign arrives this weekend. After a positive start, and a win over Cavan in round one, they were stunned by Derry in round two. Advertisement The margin of the defeat was 19 points, […]
Eamon Maguire enjoyed some big days while playing for Fermanagh.
The Gaelic Life Journalists pick out the key points of the week
The highs and lows from the season
Darragh McGurn takes the mickey out of some of his team mates.