Fortune continues to smile on Fermanagh with the news that their round 4A qualifier clash with Westmeath has been fixed for a familiar local venue.
Pete McGrath’s men will be returning to Breffni Park for the third time this season on Saturday 25th July. While the local venue will be good news for fans, Fermanagh will be bidding for a first win there this season having lost there to Cavan in the McKenna Cup semi-finals and to Monaghan in the Ulster SFC semi-finals.
The game will throw-in at 5pm and will be broadcast live on Sky with extra-time being played in the event of a draw.
The curtain-raiser will be the meeting of Antrim and Dublin in the All-Ireland minor hurling championship quarter-finals.
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