The Bootroom Teague Appointed

Darren Teague confirmed as the new manager of Strathroy Harps, we have his first interview, we hear from the new man in charge of Killen, the junior cup saga continues and in cross channel football we hear from the Strabane man behind the scenes at Salford City

The Bootroom Junior Cup Special

We are joined in The Bootroom by former Strathroy Harps manager and two time junior cup winner Seamus Fanthorpe as we look ahead to Saturday’s Irish junior cup final between Tummery and Enniskillen Rangers. We also look at the relegation issues that will be settled on Tuesday and reflect on last weeks Mulhern cup final.

The Bootroom Mulhern Special

In this week’s Boot Room we reflect on Enniskillen Rangers winning the Mercer League and Ballinamallard’s big day out Windsor. We, too, look back at the Reihill and NI Intermediate Cup finals and preview Friday’s Mulhern Cup showdown between Tummery Athletic and NFC Kesh. We hear from Ivan Sproule on Emmett McGuckin extending his stay […]

The Bootroom Irish Cup Special

The Irish cup final’s on Saturday, we have been to Ferney Park to hear from Ballinamallard manager Harry Mc Conkey, Captain Richard Clarke and Chairman Tom Elliott as they build up for the weekend. We also hear from Tummery as they hear their Junior cup final is off and as always review the weekend action. […]

The Bootroom Mulhern Cup Special

The Mulhern cup semi-finals take centre stage this week, we hear from all four clubs as they gear up for a trip to Ferney Park, Can Tummery retain the trophy ? Dergview secure their status, we talk to Ivan Sproule and we look back at a busy weekend.

The Bootroom Ladies Special

In this week’s Ulster Herald Boot Room we look ahead to the start of the new ladies season with the Sion Swifts Ladies management team of Tony McGinley and Tommy Canning. We also discuss all the promotion and relegation issues and ask could Enniskillen Rangers be reinstated to the Irish Junior Cup? Plenty to get […]

The Bootroom

This week we are joined in the ulster Herald Boot Room by Omagh Hospitals’ promotion-winning manager Brendan Morrison, who reflects on a successful season as well as giving his take on Tummery Athletic reaching a historic first ever Irish Junior Cup final, Strabane’s first ever NI Intermediate League and the compeling relegation battle in F […]

The Bootroom Cup Special

Cup fever has hit this part of the world. In this special edition we reflect on the wonderful success of Ballinamallard and look ahead to the two Irish junior cup semi-finals this week for Enniskillen Rangers and Tummery Athletic with Mickey Kerr and Gerry Love at the Bawnacre

The Bootroom

This week in the Boot Room we focus on the Mulhern Cup and hear from Ryan Mayse who was named Ulster Herald Sports Personality of the Year at the weekend.