Porteous wants Erne to finish the job

By Pauric McGurn FERMANAGH full-back Rory Porteous wants Fermanagh to finish the job as they aim to complete a 100 per cent winning run in the Division 3B group stage. A hard-fought victory over Lancashire last weekend secured their at least a semi-final spot, and they host Longford on Saturday knowing that the winner will take […]

Fermanagh hurlers could book final spot with win

By Katrina Brennan THIS weekend, Fermanagh hurlers could, mathematically, book their place in the Division 3B final if results go their way. The Erne County need a win on home soil against Lancashire on Saturday afternoon but they’ll also need Leitrim to go to Longford and get a victory, if Fermanagh are to finish top and automatically qualify […]

Bogue ready for Leitrim dogfight

By Katrina Brennan IT wasn’t the lead-up to the league that Ryan Bogue and the Fermanagh hurlers had anticipated, after their manager, Joe Baldwin, suffered a stroke just over a fortnight ago. But thankfully, Joe, aged 51, is on the mend and he’ll likely be in Carrick-on-Shannon watching his team play Leitrim in the first round […]

Baldwin commits to Fermanagh once again

By Michael McMullan JOE Baldwin will stay at the helm as Fermanagh senior hurlers for another two seasons following an end of year review. “Fermanagh GAA are pleased to confirm that following the normal annual review, Joe Baldwin will continue as the senior hurling manager for the next two years,” outlined a statement. “This will […]

Baldwin braced for Donegal battle

By Mark McGoldrick FERMANAGH manager Joe Baldwin said his side ‘will not fear anybody’ as they kick off their Nickey Rackard Cup campaign on Saturday against a formidable Donegal in Letterkenny. “Donegal recently competed in the Division 2B league final, so on paper, they’re considerably well ahead of us,” said the Erne boss. “We’re definitely […]

Fermanagh begin the search for a new minor manager

By Michael McMullan FERMANAGH will begin the search for a new u-17 football manager after outgoing duo Raymond Johnston and Tony Collins informed the County Board of their decision to step down. The former county players cited “”personal commitments” as their reason for not continuing in the role for 2023. “We would like to thank […]