Brian Mceniff

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A melee breaks out during the All-Ireland qualifier clash between  Fermanagh and  Donegal in June 2001. Donegal avenged an earlier defeat in the Ulster championship with a 0-15 to 1-6 win at Brewster Park. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

In June 2000, the late Pat King brought his Fermanagh team into MacCumhaill Park with the ambition of doing something unprecedented: winning a champio(...)

The saloon car pulls into the K-Circle station on the outskirts of Castle bar at exactly quarter past the hour. You could make easy quips about zero-s(...)

Gweedore’s Kevin Cassidy  celebrates scoring against  Crossmaglen in  the  Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-final at Healy Park, Co Tyrone. Photograph: Declan Roughan/Inpho

Not so long ago Joe Diver met two south-of-the-county men, Brian McEniff and Pauric McShea, on his travels. The trio are long-time compadres: Diver ha(...)

Paddy Clarke (right) pictured with Brian McEniff from the International Rules Series in 2001. Photograph: Tom Honan/Inpho

The death has taken place on Sunday morning after illness of former Louth manager Paddy Clarke. A well-known and popular figure nationally within th(...)

Tyrone celebrate Niall Sludden’s late goal which proved pivotal in the semi-final defeat of Monaghan at Croke Park. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

TYR-ONE, Tyrone: is anyone deep-down surprised that it falls to the Red Hand to make a fierce last stand against a Dublin team that has been declared (...)

Leonard Enright (left) and Joe Kernan (right) have been inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame.

This year’s football induction to the GAA Hall of Fame is Armagh’s Joe Kernan (64), one of the best known and most influential people in the game. As (...)

Monaghan’s Gavin Doogan, Darren Hughes and Neil McAdam battle for possession with Paul Flynn and Brian Fenton of Dublin. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

I was talking to Brian McEniff a few years ago about Ulster football and the teams Donegal would come up against on a regular basis. McEniff’s thing (...)

 Declan Bonner looks set to be managing Donegal in 2018. Photograph: Philip Magowan/Inpho

Declan Bonner is set to take over from Rory Gallagher as the new Donegal senior football manager. It is expected that the outgoing county Under-21 ma(...)

Nan Brennan, serving in the Criterion Bar, Bundoran. Photograph: James Connolly

When Bundoran publican Nan Brennan died last Sunday at the age of 81, many reminisced fondly about the no-singing, no-swearing, no-television rule she(...)

Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney will face his former side Kildare in Saturday’s qualifier at Croke Park. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho/Presseye

In the days before he led Armagh to an historic All-Ireland title, Kieran McGeeney was doing his media duty and all of 15 years ago, outlined his alre(...)

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