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Underage & Primary School Children can now keep up to date with Notes on Training, Games and News by clicking the following link  http://belcoogaa.weebly.com/. This noticeboard is to replace the weekly messages distributed in the Primary School.


Feb 19, 2017 - Kinawley Power Past Belcoo U14s In Opening Game

U14 Section A: Belcoo 2-3 v 3-24 Kinawley

Belcoo Under 14's shipped a heavy defeat in the opening Section A game against Kinawley on Sunday evening. This group of O'Rahilly's has moved up from the low sections over the past few years but a first taste of top tier football shows the amount of work still to be done. 

Kinawley sealed the win early on, running in their 3 goals in the first 15minutes and by the interval they were to hold a 3-10 to 0-0 lead. 


Jack Greene comes under pressure in the opening half

Things did improve for the O'Rahilly's in the second half as they registered a few scores and competed a bit better all over the field. 

The opening half hour proved a steep learning curve, rattled by the strength, power and slicker Kinawley side, Belcoo struggled to gain a foothold in the contest and their overworked defence were being run ragged. 

Daire Cleary, Paidi Drumm and Tiernan McKenna were heavily involved in the visitors best work as they pulled well clear but for some great saves by Jamie Ray in the Belcoo goals, things could have been a lot worse. 

 Emmett McGuinness brings the ball out of defence for Belcoo

Having regrouped and reshuffled at half time, Belcoo started brightly and were rewarded with a goal, Dara Flanagan's effort for a point, dropping under the crossbar. 

Jack Greene was to point after a good move before he won a free on the left that dipped under the bar for a goal moments later. 

Kinawley were restricted to a few points at sporadic spells with Daniel O'Connor going well at the back for the hosts. Some good blocks by Gerry Nolan and Emmett McGuinness denied other opportunities while Michael Burns and Josh Killilea were getting through a mountain of work as they brought Belcoo upfield on a number of occasions. 

Emmett McGuinness would fire over two points having joined attacks late in the game but overall it was a tough day at the office for the O'Rahilly's. Training continues Monday & Wednesday from 7pm to 8.30pm.

Team: Jamie Ray, Ben McNulty, Conor McKeown, Daniel O'Connor, Emmett McGuinness (0-2), Dara Flanagan (1-0), Jack Greene (1-1), Oisin O'Loughlin, Gerry Nolan, Patrick Magee, Josh Killilea, Michael Burns, Lorcan Leonard, Sean Boylan, Eoin Corrigan. 

Feb 17, 2017 - Competitive Football Commences For Minors & U14s

Our Minors & Under 14’s begin their respective Sections on Sunday (19th February) as the competitive season gets underway. We wish both sets of Players & Management all the very best for the year ahead.

Minors: Away to Irvinestown, throw in 12pm. Bus leaving 10.30am.

U14’s: Home to Kinawley, throw in 4pm. Players to be at the pitch for 3.15pm.



Feb 15, 2017 - U14 Boys Win Challenge Game

Belcoo Under 14s had a good outing in a challenge game at the Garrison venue on Wednesday night under lights. It was a really positive opening to the season for the O'Rahilly's who begin Section A at home to Kinawley on Sunday at 4pm. 

The sky blues were without the two Patrick's (Martin & Magee) as well as Daniel O’Connor but the 14 available players all put in strong showings. Remarkably 10 of the 13 outfielders used, managed to register a score in the 4-12 to 0-5 win.

The O'Rahilly's worked the ball well throughout with overlapping support runners, well timed tackles, blocks and some very slick passages off play. All very encouraging signs for the forthcoming tests. 

In defence Ben McNulty produced a magnificent hour which earned him the jersey on the night, first half in particular, himself and Conor McKeown thwarted several promising attacks. 

It was Devenish who opened the scoring from a pointed free but Belcoo responded in kind when Cian White was upended, Josh Killilea slotted over the free. Emmett McGuinness, Gerry Nolan and Killilea were all involved as Dara Flanagan arrived late to the attack to fire over with Michael Burns pouncing on a loose ball moments later to open his account also. 

A super bit of one-two football between Burns and Jack Greene on 12minutes down the right wing seen the pair exchange passes three times before a pass infield to energetic Gerry Nolan seen him fouled, he fired over the free for a 0-4 to 0-1 lead. 

Nolan claimed his first 'mark' of the season, winning a clean kickout between the 45's which evolved into the first real sight at goal, Sean Boylan firing goalwards, the keeper beat the ball away to the wing where Eoin Corrigan gathered and recycled for Burns to slot over. 

Emmett McGuinness eventually found his range after a few misguided attempts at a point, he split the posts on 17minutes before Devenish broke downfield. Some wonderful defending on two occasions by Ben McNulty seen him turnover the Devenish attack and send Belcoo upfield once more.. 

Dara Flanagan was beginning to impose himself on the game, heavily involved in a number of great attacking waves as Killilea, O'Loughlin, Greene and Nolan all broke forward at pace. 

Killilea's pinpoint cross field ball into the arms of Eoin Corrigan yielded a fine point while Devenish's Adam Gallagher raised the white flag on the stroke of half time for 0-7 to 0-2. 

Frees from Cian and Fionan O'Brien either side of a Michael Burns point left four between the sides early in the second half but Belcoo were to kick on from here. 

Dara Flanagan bursting upfield to score the games opening goal after some simple one-twos with teammates. Jack Greene had been moved into the forwards and having squandered his first two attempts for a goal in a matter of minutes, it was third time lucky as he fired to the net. 

Burns and Greene added points before Lorcan Leonard got among the scores. Oisin O'Loughlin the provider moments after making a great goal save at the other end, he joined the attack to fist the ball across the goalmouth for Leonard to fist into the net. 

Conor McKeown was to fire over a point having been pushed into an advanced role while O'Loughlin finished the scoring with a low drilled shot at the end of the contest. 

It was a positive night for the O'Rahilly's who have been working hard the past 4 weeks. Players are asked to be at the pitch for 3.15pm on Sunday for a 4pm throw in. 

Team (13 a side) Jamie Ray, Ben McNulty, Conor McKeown (0-1), Emmett McGuinness (0-1), Dara Flanagan (1-1), Jack Greene (1-1), Oisin O'Loughlin (1-0), Gerry Nolan (0-1), Cian White, Josh Killilea (0-1), Michael Burns (0-5), Sean Boylan, Eoin Corrigan (0-1).. Lorcan Leonard (1-0). 

Feb 13, 2017 - Club Notes


Under 14 Boys training continues tonight, Monday from 7pm to 8.30pm. They have a challenge game on Wednesday in Garrison, bus leaving at 6pm, cost £2. League begins at the weekend, awaiting confirmation of fixture (possibly Sunday afternoon) see weebly later in the week for more details.

Minor Training continues tonight, Monday in Befit Blacklion from 8pm to 9pm and on Thursday at the Football Field from 7.45pm to 9pm. League begins Sunday 19th February with an away game in Irvinestown at 12noon. Bus leaving Belcoo at 10.30am and Mullaghdun at 10.35am, cost £2.

Fermanagh Ladies U13, U14 and U16 activity continues. We have a number of girls involved. This week’s arrangements on weebly.  

Fermanagh Boys Academy Football continues this weekend, again we are well represented, see weebly for arrangements.


The Clubs Last Man Standing Competition for the National League seen another 59 fallers last weekend, just 25 people remain in the running for the £500 prize.

Thanks to all who bought and sold tickets for the GAA National Draw. Our in-house draw will be made shortly, details will be posted online.


The extremely popular and cozy club crested Bobble Hats are back in stock at a cost of £10. Please get in touch with Cecelia Feeley to purchases.


There is a Foundation Coaching Course in Coa Community Hall on Friday and Saturday 17th & 18th February if anyone is interested in attending, please contact Teresa McNabb to book a place at gdm.fermanagh@gaa.ie the club will cover the £30 course fee.


There is a club committee meeting tonight, Monday 13th February at 9pm in the Parish Centre.

Club Membership is now due and must be paid prior to 31st March 2017.



There was no winner of the Club Lotto Jackpot on Monday 13th February. Letters drawn were I, L, M, N, Q. Lucky dips went to Cian Leonard, Patricia Rasdale, Paul McNulty and Fergus Leonard. Next Draw is Monday 20th February for Jackpot of £6,300


Feb 12, 2017 - UPDATE 2: Last Man Standing

WEEK 2 seen another 59 fallers to leave just 25 people in the running for the £500 prize. Are you still standing?

Martin Mellor Tyrone Meath Cork Derry Fermanagh Dublin Galway
Aidan Cox Tyrone Meath Cork Dublin Fermanagh Kildare Galway
Conor Darragh Tyrone Clare Cork Kildare Mayo Dublin Derry
Feargal McGill Tyrone Donegal Derry Kerry Cork Dublin Mayo
Lucia Barrett Dublin Donegal Fermanagh Kerry Monaghan Tyrone Galway
Chrissy Owens Tyrone Meath Galway Cavan Fermanagh Dublin Mayo
Gerry Nolan (Junior) Tyrone Donegal Galway Cork Mayo Dublin Cavan
Aidan McElroy Tyrone Meath Galway Cork Mayo Dublin Fermanagh
Gerard McGahey Tyrone Clare Galway Fermanagh Cork Dublin Cork
Conor Leonard Tyrone Meath Galway Kerry Mayo Dublin Cork
Brian Lindsay Tyrone Donegal Galway Kerry Monaghan Dublin Cork
Eoin Corrigan Tyrone Clare Galway Kildare Fermanagh Dublin Cork
Paul McGrath Dublin Galway Kerry Donegal Monaghan Tyrone Meath
Dermot Lewsley Tyrone Donegal Kerry Fermanagh Cork Galway Mayo
Tom White (2) Tyrone Galway Mayo Cavan Cork Fermanagh Galway
Allison Stewart Tyrone Meath Mayo Cork Fermanagh Dublin Galway
Bernard Smith Tyrone Meath Mayo Dublin Fermanagh Donegal Cork
Patrick Burns Tyrone Donegal Mayo Kerry Fermanagh Dublin Cork
Carlus Maguire Tyrone Donegal Mayo Kerry Monaghan Dublin Cork
Cathal O'Dolan Tyrone Donegal Mayo Kerry Monaghan Dublin Cork
Ger Coady Tyrone Donegal Mayo Monaghan Down Dublin Roscommon
Sean Boylan Dublin Donegal Tyrone Cork Mayo Kerry Meath
Brendan Connolly Fermanagh Clare Tyrone Derry Monaghan Dublin Mayo
Aisling Fee Dublin Donegal Tyrone Fermanagh Cork Galway Clare
Paul O'Loughlin Dublin Donegal Tyrone Galway Mayo Kerry Cork
Conall Jones Tyrone Cork OUT WK 2        
Stiofan Mullally Fermanagh Cork OUT WK 2        
Damien Burns Dublin Cork OUT WK 2        
Gerard O'Brien Tyrone Cork OUT WK 2        
Liam Donegan Tyrone Cork OUT WK 2        
Mary Keown Dublin Cork OUT WK 2        
Kelly Walmsley Tyrone Cork OUT WK 2        
Rachael Carson Dublin Cork OUT WK 2        
Tasha Evans Tyrone Cork OUT WK 2        
Christopher Leonard Tyrone Cork OUT WK 2        
Tim Flaherty Fermanagh Cork OUT WK 2        
Niall Cullen Dublin Cork OUT WK 2        
Sean Rocks Tyrone Derry OUT WK 2        
Peter Walmsley Kerry Down OUT WK 2        
Cian White Kildare Down OUT WK 2        
Adrian McCann Tyrone Down OUT WK 2        
Johnny Donnelly Tyrone Down OUT WK 2        
Noel McGrath Tyrone Down OUT WK 2        
Gavin Fee Tyrone Down OUT WK 2        
Ryan McGovern Tyrone Down OUT WK 2        
Oisin O'Loughlin Tyrone Down OUT WK 2        
Terry Cullen Kerry Fermanagh OUT WK 2        
Tony McGourty Tyrone Fermanagh OUT WK 2        
Michael Burns Tyrone Fermanagh OUT WK 2        
John McGuinness Dublin Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Kenneth Hegarty Dublin Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Michelle Cullen Dublin Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Kieran Conlon Fermanagh Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Barry McGovern Fermanagh Monaghan OUT WK 2        
James McGrath (Fudge) Kerry Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Donal McOscar Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Emmet Haughian Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Gaby McBrien Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Aoife Keaney Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Neill Darragh Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Sean Maguire Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
John Sheerin Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Gerry Gray  Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Sean Doonan Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Bernie McGrath Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Terry Cullen Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Stephen Nolan Tyrone Monaghan OUT WK 2        
Brian Maguire Tyrone Roscommon OUT WK 2        
Darragh McCaffrey Tyrone Roscommon OUT WK 2        
Eamonn Gaine Tyrone Dublin OUT WK 2        
Carmel McGovern Tyrone Dublin OUT WK 2        
Stephen Ferguson Tyrone Dublin OUT WK 2        
Brian Cox Tyrone Dublin OUT WK 2        
Niall McCusker Dublin Kerry OUT WK 2        
Henry Fitzpatrick Dublin Kerry OUT WK 2        
Stephen Kells Dublin Kerry OUT WK 2        
Spiros Papachristopolos Dublin Kerry OUT WK 2        
Luke Ryder Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        
Joe Fee Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        
Rory Brazil Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        
Christie Haughton Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        
Phil Corrigan Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        
Conor Barrett Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        
Amanda McGrath Tyrone Kerry OUT WK 2        

Feb 10, 2017 - Booble Hats Back In Stock

The extremely popular and cozy club crested Bobble Hats are back in stock at a cost of £10. Please get in touch with Cecelia Feeley to purchases.



Feb 9, 2017 - 2003's - Fermanagh Academy Trials

Fermanagh Boys Academy Trails for 2003's (Dara Flanagan, Gerry Nolan, Oisin O'Loughlin, Emmett McGuinness & Patrick Martin) takes place on Saturday 11th February, 9.45am at ST.MICHAEL'S COLLEGE - Session runs from 10am to 11.30am. Bring boots, trainers, mouth guards and own water bottle.


Fermanagh Boys Academy Training for 2002's (Oran McCann & Lawrence McKeown) will continue again this Saturday, 9.45am at ST.MICHAEL'S COLLEGE - Session runs from 10am to 11.30am. Bring boots, trainers, mouth guard and own water bottle. There will be a challenge match on the 18th February for this squad.

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Sunday, Feb 26th
12:00 PM
in Belcoo

U16 Boys
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U14 Boys

Wednesday, Mar 1st
7:30 PM
in Derrygonnelly

U14 Girls
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U13 Girls
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