JOANNE Doonan was roughly 10,500km away (thanks Google) when her club team Kinawley recently claimed their fifth senior championship title in a row in Fermanagh. It was a bittersweet experience in one sense, but it’s fair to say that the Doonan, who won two All-Ireland Junior titles with Fermanagh, has made peace with her decision […]
By David Mohan Antrim manager Emma Kelly said their first TG4 All-Ireland Junior title in ten years was down to a superb all-round team performance as they saw off Fermanagh in this replay at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh. Antrim laid the foundation for victory in the opening half, with two early goals helping them […]
By Katrina Brennan ALL Ireland titles don’t come around too often for Fermanagh in any code. When the county’s senior men won the All Ireland Junior title in 1959, Molly McGloin’s grandfather, the late Joe Pat Prunty, was playing full back against Kerry that day, in New Eltham Stadium in London. Joe Pat won four senior […]
The All-Ireland Ladies Junior final replay between Fermanagh and Antrim will be held at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh on Saturday, August 13 at 5pm. The TG4 cameras will be present to capture the action with the Ulster duo set to meet again after their thrilling draw at Croke Park on Sunday. Orlaith Prenter came […]
TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final. Antrim 1-13 Fermanagh 1-13 By Daire Walsh Advertisement ORLAITH Prenter came to Antrim’s rescue at Croke Park as her last-gasp free earned the Saffrons a draw against Ulster rivals Fermanagh in the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final. Thanks in no small part to the scoring prowess of Bláithín Bogue (0-7) […]
DONEGAL star Emer Gallagher was among the leading inter-county stars have gathered to support Lidl Ireland’s ‘County Pride’ campaign which is running throughout the country. A chosen player from featured counties can be seen on local billboards and Lidl stores right across the country, as the countdown continues to the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals […]
TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Fermanagh 7-9 Limerick 3-12 By Darren Kelly EIMEAR Smyth led Fermanagh’s charge back into the TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship Final as her 3-7 contribution was significant in their victory over Limerick in Kiltoom. Advertisement The 2020 TG4 Player of the Year was joined by Bláithín Bogue, Laura Grew (two) and Cliodhna […]
Fermanagh’s Courteney Murphy wasn’t able to play in the final.
Courteney Murphy says that Fermanagh have been driven by hurt this year.
Roisin O’Reilly tells us the team mate who’s always looking for the hair spray.