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 […]

Taking the plunge

FORMER Fermanagh footballer Shaun Doherty is taking the plunge. For the last seven years he’s been employed as the county’s full-time Football Development Officer, and while it’s been rewarding, it’s now time for a change. The amount of weekend and evening work had limited Doherty’s time with his family, so that’s one, fairly prosaic reason why he’s […]

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. […]

Harps ladies head into the unknown after fixtures confusion

By Michael McMullan DERRYGONNELLY had to wait until last night (Wednesday) to find out the identity of Sunday’s Ulster IFC final opponents, but the game wasn’t played. Steelstown’s postponed game with Ballyshannon was refixed for last weekend, with Ulster LGFA moving their semi-final against Cavan champions Castlerahan/Denn for last night. The Derry side, beaten in […]

Last four battles coming up in Fermanagh

FERMANAGH SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS DERRYGONNELLY V ENNISKILLEN Saturday, Tempo, 4pm HOLDERS Derrygonnelly are back in the business end of the Fermanagh Championship and they’re fairly strong favourites to go all the way. Enniskillen have brought in a raft of youthful talent in recent years, and they’ll be bidding to avenge last year’s defeat in […]

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 […]

Enniskillen Gaels look ahead

By Eimear Keenan ENNISKILLEN Gaels manager, Simon Bradley, was delighted to get out of Roslea with another two points on Sunday evening. “Roslea away was going to be a tough game for anyone in the championship,” he said, “It’s a very hard place to come and get a victory.’ “We aren’t happy with our first half performance, […]

Fermanagh leagues set for dramatic conclusion

By Niall Gartland THE last round of league fixtures in Fermanagh will take place on Friday night and there’s plenty at stake at both ends of the table. In Division One, second-placed Enniskillen welcome table-toppers Erne Gaels to Brewster Park, while Kinawley, lurking closely behind the Gaels, travel to Derrylin for a vital derby fixture. […]