Raymie Johnston of Fermanagh in full flight against Mayo. Photograph: Andrew Paton/INPHO

Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of Fermanagh’s B All-Ireland success under the late Pat King. The competition was organised with good intenti(...)

Ched Evans: ‘Mob rule’ tactics have had the desired effect on sponsors. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA Wire

After five days of febrile debate, League One club Oldham Athletic have abandoned a controversial attempt to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans, claimi(...)

Longford manager Jack Sheedy with Paul Barden, who made his debut in 1999. Photograph: John McIlwaine/Presseye/Inpho

Hurling may have lost several of its old soldiers to retirement towards the end at 2014 but there appears to be life left in their football counterpa(...)

Seán Collins with his brother Podge will be aiming to defeat Crusheen to  win the Clare hurling title. Photograph: Inpho

Sunday Down SFC final Burren v Kilcoo, Páirc Esler, 4.0 – A repeat of last year’s final sees new Down manager Jim McCorry in charge as Kilcoo attempt (...)

Antrim’s Conor Small celebrates after scoring a goal against Fermanagh. Photograph: Jonathan Porter/Inpho

Antrim 2-18 Fermanagh 3-13 Antrim will now take on Donegal in the Ulster football semi-final after fairly well stunning Fermanagh at Brewster P(...)

Fermanagh’s Conor Quigley (right) battles for possession with Ronan Flanagan of Cavan at Brewster Park. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Cavan 0-13 Fermanagh 0-11: Clue by cryptic clue, Cavan are finding their way out of the forest. If Armagh’s doomed tactical wheezing had given their p(...)

Darren Hughes missed a penalty for Monaghan at Brewster Park.  Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Monaghan held out in a frenetic finish to garner two valuable league points and leap-frog over Fermanagh in the Division Three table at the end(...)