solano (All) - Posts:492 - 21/11/2008 13:49:56 146919
Spelling lessons for a start. Fr Brian Darcy played club football for Kinawley as did Dom Corrigan & not as you list him for Enniskillen.These names may be your heroes because some of them played football for the County. I would see some names on the list however who are not club heroes who find it difficult to line out in club games. One or two on your list have found it difficult to turn up for the County also.
WingHalf (Fermanagh) - Posts:39 - 21/11/2008 15:08:56 147013
Oh my god, this is a funny post.Club Heros??????? Based on what?Come on, some of these guys are only out of nappies
Fingers (Fermanagh) - Posts:28 - 21/11/2008 16:11:10 147109
Thankyou for your advice winghalf, but I must inform you I suffer from dyslexia.
solano (All) - Posts:492 - 21/11/2008 17:17:33 147188
Ntb- Brenden McBrien,Clive Fitzpatrick(both current member of senior squad but still have being around along time, also great all round club men!!!,Other names are vinny connlly,natie mc manus and yes marty mc daid and sean mcdermottWould love to be able to say raymond johnstone but seems to be a player more worried about the county along with his bother paul wouldnt mind but they dnt even get a game
NTB88 (Fermanagh) - Posts:17 - 22/11/2008 00:46:45 147418
Sorry to hear about your dyslexia Solano.I always wondered why the signposts in Fermanagh had two Ss in Roslea now I know:- someone in Roads service sign making division has dyslexia.
WingHalf (Fermanagh) - Posts:39 - 22/11/2008 08:24:15 147449
Yes winghalf, Im sure you are very sorry indeed. However I must point out that Rosslea is spelt with 2 s,.
solano (All) - Posts:492 - 22/11/2008 19:23:53 147631
And i must point out that its not. Roslea. 1 's'. Roslea Shamrocks GFC. 1 's'. Ask anyone in the village and surrounding areas. Its always been spelt Roslea, and always been referred to that by the local population, the club itself, its shops, post office, bars and other businesses.
FocksSake88 (Fermanagh) - Posts:10 - 23/11/2008 01:14:29 147771
Two absentes missing from the Maguiresbridge list are Barry Carey and Stephen Brannigan. Legends known throughout the county, some might even say "heroes!" Great club men.
BigBad (Fermanagh) - Posts:87 - 25/11/2008 10:38:45 149182
ya havent a clue about football!!!!!!!!!! i see for "BELNALECK" you put down the stranneys i dont no were u got ur information but let me tell ya, ya could count on on1 hand the amound of games the 3 stranney brothers have played in the last 3year
ture lecker (Fermanagh) - Posts:34 - 25/11/2008 14:42:52 149436
More Club Heroes Adrumsee - Phil Courtney, Eamon ElliottBelcoo - JJ Stewart, JJ DolanBelleek - Pat McCannBelnaleck - Jim Bartley, Frank McGurn, Malachy McConnellBrookeoro - Arthur Mulligan, Benny Rooney, Boyle Brothers, Pat Wray, Gerry Greene, Phil CliffordCoa - Donnelly BrothersDerrylin - Alfie Maguire, Padraig McGovern, Vincey Martin, Tommy Curry, Tommy Maguire, Paddy Drumm, Packie WatersonDonagh - Sean MaguireDerrygonnelly - Martin Greene, Paul Greene, Kevin Cassidy, John Smyth, Donal Fee, Hugh KellyDevenish - Peter Carty, Jim Carty, Mary O'Brien, Bart O'Brien, Michael O'Brien, Michael Gilroy, Sean Treacy, Sean FeelyEnniskillen - Jim Tummon, Joe McGurn, Greg Kelly, Davey Bannon, John McClintock, Patsy Tracey, Ollie McShea, Pat O'Callaghan, Niall CorriganEderney - Des Cassidy, Fr. Pat McHugh, Brian NugentKinawley - P.G. McManus, Fergal Cleary, Dinny DooganLisnaskea - Collie Curran, Cormac McAdam, Brian Cogrove, Martin Teague, Brian Armitage, Martin Higgins, Pat King, Peter ClarkeLisbellaw - Kevin Corrigan, Benny McManusMaguiresbridge - John Rice, Pat McManus, Jim TrotterNewtownbutler - Charlie McLoughlin, Seamus McLoughlin, Connolly Brothers, Eugene Heuston, Mae Wilson, Mary Leonard, Natie McManusRoslea - Gerry Lynch, Joe SmythTempo - Breen Family, Peter Bogue, John McElroy, Damien Campbell, Hugh FoyTeemore - Quinn Family, Fitzpatrick Family, O'Reilly Family, Anthony Burkes, Brian McCaffrey
Sideline_Man (Fermanagh) - Posts:3 - 25/11/2008 20:18:39 149858
The GAA by its very nature is a community organisation.I disagree with the very ethos of this thread.Whilst there are some names coming up that we all recognise.A real club is the one that has many volunteers and spreads the good work - real community club.
high.catch (UK) - Posts:153 - 25/11/2008 22:01:17 149935