WATCH: Here’s what happened the last time Fermanagh were in an All-Ireland quarter-final


THE year was 2004. 

The team was Armagh. The venue: Croke Park.

The prize? An All-Ireland semi-final place.


As Fermanagh face Dublin tomorrow, Sunday, in their first All-Ireland quarter-final since that year – there’s no harm in reflecting on what this YouTube video describes as ‘Fermanagh’s Finest Hour’.

With the score tied at 0-11, a slick passage of play brought Enniskillen Gaels clubman Tom Brewster into play.

And then that kick came that will live long in the memory of Fermanagh GAA and its fans.

No doubt a similar moment in Dublin on Sunday would provoke similar scenes.

Check out the video below:

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