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(Placename) a district and historical county of SW Northern Ireland: contains the Upper and Lower Lough Erne. Pop: 58 705 (2003 est). Area (excluding water): 1700 sq km (656 sq miles)


(fərˈmæn ə)

a county in SW Northern Ireland. 51,008; 653 sq. mi. (1691 sq. km).
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FERMANAGH 1-16 DERRY 3-8 THE accuracy of Seamus Quigley was key as Fermanagh withstood a ferocious second half fightback to maintain their perfect start to Divison Three last night.
FERMANAGH came through a bad-tempered clash against Wexford with both teams finishing with 13 players as Rory Gallagher picked up his first League points as Erne boss.
Contract award notice: Fermanagh and Omagh District Council invite tenders for Provision of General Advice Services within Fermanagh and Omagh District.
I think Cavan can improve from their spirited defeat against Fermanagh and end Micko's summer here.
THREE years ago John Maughan tried out an experiment in Fermanagh with limited success.
But neighbours Fermanagh fielded an experienced line-up and it showed as a third quarter scoring surge was the catalyst for their victory.
A new 920,000 extension to facilities in Fermanagh House, Enniskillen will provide much needed support to local groups and charities in the Fermanagh area and improve the lives of many local people.
NFL Division 2 Fermanagh 0-9 Cavan 1-12 CAVAN'S Seanie Johnstone continued his rich vein of form to see off neighbours Fermanagh last night.
MONAGHAN go in as hot favourites - as they usually do against their western neighbours - but it is nine years since they last beat Fermanagh in the championship and they will need no reminding of their crushing defeat at Brewster Park two summers back.
THOUSANDS of gaelic fans were feeling shirty last night after losing a desperate battle to get Fermanagh tops in time for today's big game.
Communities Minister, Paul Givan, today attended the opening of a prestigious new heritage development at Enniskillen Castle, County Fermanagh.
FERMANAGH caused the shock of the decade, sending All-Ireland favourites Armagh crashing out of the title race.