Rory Gallagher’s new look Fermanagh take on Dr McKenna Cup holders in this year’s semi final on Sunday after a 100 per cent record in the group stages.
The Ernemen will be underdogs against the champions, but Gallagher’s squad will be looking to upset the odds at Brewster Park on Sunday.
It was three wins from three for Fermanagh with two of those victories coming against division one opposition, Monaghan and Donegal.
For Gallagher and his backroom team it has been so far, so good and performances have mixed the good with the not so good.
But the manager isn’t getting carried away saying his side looked nervy in the firt half against Monaghan, who were missing a number of players.
He added that there will be a lot of tough tests ahead and Tyrone is likely to be one on Sunday.
That semi final keeps Tyrone on track to retain the trophy. They hammered Cavan by 21points and will have a sharp edge when they travel to Enniskillen.
Manager Mickey Harte has made sweeping changes for each of their group games, but is likely to put out a stronger side for the semi final.
Throw in for Sunday’s game at Brewster Park is 2pm.
Posted: 9:24 am January 14, 2018
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