Welcome to the official website of Tempo Maguires GAC, a prominent, vibrant and successful GAA club in County Fermanagh. As recently as 2012 we were crowned double senior champions in mens football, having claimed both the Fermanagh club championship and league titles.
We also have a very flourishing ladies section, and a strong emphasis on underage activities, with activities starting for children as young as 3 years of age through the popular Tempo Óg programme. As well as Gaelic games, Tempo Maguires also promote Irish Language and Irish culture through classes, music, table quizzes, bingo and Scor.
This website is updated regularly with posts relating to on-going activities and events. Feel free to also like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter (@TempoMaguires)
In the meantime, enjoy, and come back to see us every week to catch up on all the news, lottery results and features relating to the Tempo Maguires.
Time and venue for Tempo’s semifinal with Derrygonnelly have been announced. This will be in Derrygonnelly on Saturday at 12pm. The other side of the draw is slightly behind. St Pats are waiting to play the winner of the quarterfinal Continue reading
U16s had a competitive challenge game last night against Killyclogher at their venue outside Omagh. A close encounter for 60 minutes in perfect conditions for football, with Tempo scoring a late goal to win by 3. This was an encouraging Continue reading
Yesterday’s article in the Irish News about place-names was about Tempo, an tIompú Diesel, the right turning. It’s is of course considered that the name derives from St Patrick himself, who turned at Pubble outside Tempo as he realised he Continue reading
Opening game of a double bill for the senior side over the weekend was an away tie against Derrylin. After two successive defeats there was pressure on the team to stop the unexpected slide and they duly did so with Continue reading
Both u12 teams put on impressive performances yesterday to open their campaigns in their respective sections. The A team had a solid team performance to beat Newtownbutler, while the B team were comprehensive winners over a youthful St Pats Donagh. Continue reading