The under 14 team continued on their winning stretch with two more victories notched on their belt. First up for them was the Feile Na Nóg quarter final clash with Teemore and they delivered a very positive performance to earn their semi final ticket. Two first half goals from Michael McPhillips and Padraigh McCaffery had them on their way and second half goals from Liam Magee, Oisin Jackson and PadraighMcCaffery kept them well ahead. In defence strong players included Dylan Flynn, Fergus Fee and Aiden Flanagan.
The team also had a league tie on their busy schedule and here they chalked up another solid success this time over Belcoo.
Not so successful was the Erne Cup team who lost out to Teemore in their Saturday fixture. This was game where the concession of three goals without shooting at least one in reply was to be the key factor in shaping the result. Tempo were to collect a creditable fourteen points tally but failure to find the net themselves left them with an uphill struggle once Teemore had sped out into a sizeable lead by the early stages of the second half.
The senior side on Sunday produced a determined display to score a relatively rare win over Roslea, the game played at Tempo. Both teams were short their quota of county panellists and with Tempo also hit by some injuries and unavailability of others this was a somewhat surprise result. But it was a fully deserved one however the team showing some excellent form in attack and they finished with an impressive 1-14 tally to win by four points in the end.
Next up for them is an away meeting with Erne Gaels on Friday evening in Belleek, this game also a GCP fixture.
The minor team will be playing Phase two of the league in division two, in company with Kinawley, St Gerards, Lisnaskea and Ederney. They began their new four game programme last evening (Tuesday) with Kinawley the visitors. In late June the team will play the winners of the Enniskillen/Lisnaskea preliminary round championship tie in the quarter final.
The Lotto jackpot for Saturday April 18th was not won the numbers drawn being 2 7 13 and 24. Winners of the two £25 prizes were Una McDonagh and Seamus Bogue. The jackpot for next weekend stands at £2 800. That jackpot will not be drawn until Sunday 26th owing to the Fermanagh NFL final in Croke Park on the Saturday evening.
The team on duty for Sunday 26th and Saturday May 2nd is Damian Campbell, Rory Foy and Pat McGrade.