Four people, including a father and son, have admitted charges relating to the killing of a man at a wedding in Co Fermanagh.

Bernard McGinley, 63, known as Barney, was shot in front of his wife and grandchildren outside St Mary's Church in Newtownbutler on 11 February 2015.

At Belfast Crown Court today, Patrick McGinley, 49, from Irvinestown pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to "manslaughter''.

William McGinley, also from Irvinestown, pleaded not guilty to attempted murder but pleaded guilty to "wounding with intent''.

Another Patrick McGinley, 24, from Lisfarrell, Edgeworthstown, Co Longford, and a youth, who cannot be named due to his age, had previously pleaded not guilty to murdering Mr McGinley and attempting to murder Bernard McGinley Jnr.

Both Patrick McGinley and the youth have now pleaded guilty to a new charge of affray.

All four defendants were due to stand trial on Monday, 12 February.

The judge ordered pre-sentence reports on all four defendants and released them on continuing bail ahead of the sentencing hearing on Friday, 23 March.