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Author: Ciaran O'Doherty

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WOW SPORTS NEWS WITH DOCSPORT: Winter catch up Despite the usual adverse weather conditions that come with this time of year, there were still plenty of local sporting events to attend in November and December. We begin with football, and in the Fermanagh and Western Division 2...

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Autumn Catch-up: Ciaran O’Doherty looks back on some of the best local sport from September and October. This Autumn has presented the local sporting calendar with the usual weather challenges, but nor even storm Ophelia could stop a packed two months of GAA, Soccer and Basketball. We...

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In the final month of our so called ‘summer season’, August provided a variety of intriguing sporting events. We begin with Gaelic football, where the Tyrone Junior championships began in Eskra, with Fintona Pearses progressing to the quarter finals as they recorded a two point victory...

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Despite many sports clubs taking a well-deserved summer break we were still treated to some fantastic action throughout the month of June. We begin with Gaelic football and at the start of the month Tyrone ACL Division 3 opponents Clogher Eire Ogs and Beragh Red Knight...

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As always, April and May was a decisive period in the local sporting calendar, with Strathroy Harps storming to success at the end of the Fermanagh and Western soccer season, and teams making moves as the GAA season kicks into gear. The Fermanagh and Western football season came to...

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As March came upon us again it marked one year since I started writing this local sport blog for Way out West, and just like all the months before, the last few weeks provided a great variety of sports both locally and beyond. [caption id="attachment_5371" align="alignright"...

#WOW Sports News, With DOCSport

#DOCSport winter catch-up Throughout November and December there was a variety of sporting events across the local region, but as 2016 came to an end, amongst the usual array of soccer, GAA and Basketball, there was one unique sporting achievement which stood out. We’ll start with the...