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Easy enough in Enniskillen

As has already been noted in the comments, we won this evening’s challenge match up in Enniskillen where we overcame Fermanagh on a scoreline of 3-14 to 1-12. Because it was only a friendly tie, there wasn’t the usual tsunami of social network updates for this one but the redoubtable @fermanagh4sam (see, they’ve got their own Nigel) kept the world […]

Return of the Goal Machine

While our semi-final opponents in this year’s Connacht championship were making themselves known over at soggy Ruislip this afternoon, closer to home our challenge match campaign continued apace. Today’s official reopening of Ballaghaderreen’s GAA pitch was the excuse for today’s run-out as James Horan had  another look at his options ahead of our championship opener. I’m sure the irony wasn’t […]

Useful run-out on Swinford’s big day

There was much more than football involved in today’s proceedings at the Robert McCallion Memorial Pitch in Swinford – the centrepiece of which was the dedication of the Swinford GAA ground to the memory of the late Garda Robert McCallion, performed by local legend Dr Padraig Carney – but the football part of it was still interesting enough and it […]