Fermanagh GAA Supporters Day

To mark the launch of this years All Ireland Championship’s, a Fermanagh Senior Football team ‘Open Day’ will be held on Saturday 2nd of May at Noon at the Lissan Training Complex. This event is part of the promotional plan accompanying the 2015 Football Championship and very appropriately ties in with the inaugural Club Eirne U8/10 blitz which will also be held at Lissan on 2nd May starting at 10.30am and running through to 1.00pm.

Similar to the previous years the emphasis on this event – much like our games – will be family fun and therefore we would encourage all our supporters, young and not so young to come along to the Lissan Training Complex where we will have organised a wide range of different activities including a meet and greet session with the players. The players will also participate in various drills, games and skills competitions and also take the whistle to referee a few of the Club Eirne blitz games. Club Eirne are delighted to support this Underage blitz and are particularly pleased that the Senior County team will be present to watch and support the stars of the future.
Our senior team has renewed a belief and pride in Fermanagh football this year. With promotion secured to Division 2 for 2016 we now look forward to May 31st and the much anticipated Ulster Championship clash with Antrim in Brewster Park. The panel of players and management will take time out from their preparations and will sign autographs and most of all spend time with their very valued supporters young and old and therefore look forward to a large gathering on Saturday May 2nd.
This is a great chance to meet the Fermanagh senior players and therefore Fermanagh GAA invite everyone to wear your County or Club colours with pride and come along to the Lissan Training Complex at Noon on Saturday May 2nd for a fun filled family day.

Fermanagh go-games launch

These are the happy boys and girls who represented Tempo at the Fermanagh Go-Games launch in Brewster Park at the weekend. A busy morning of football was had and judging by the beaming smiles and roars lots of fun was also had. Every one played their part with great teamwork, dedication and no shortage of skill – well done all.



Tempo Og continues on pitch tomorrow morning

Tempo Og will have its first outing on the pitch tomorrow, the previous sessions before Easter being in the hall.  The skills and friendships developed during Tempo Og sessions were evident earlier today during a Go-games blitz in Enniskillen. The girls and boys put n a very good showing and it is evident that the coaching and practice during the Sunday afternoons are paying off!  It is hoped to see all children again on the pitch tomorrow at 12pm.

Go Games Launch – U10 Blitz

An Under 10 Blitz will take place at Brewster Park on Saturday 11th April to celebrate the launch of Go Games. It will commence at 10am and finish at 12.30pm.  Players to meet at Brewster park at 9.30am. This is suitable for all players in P5 and P6. Reminder that gum Shields are compulsory.

Tempo Og

Tempo og will continue on Sunday morning at the Community Centre.  This is the 2nd week and there will then be a break for Easter. On resumption after Easter, it is planned to continue the program in the pitch.