Fermanagh finished down to 12 men as Monaghan booked their place in the second round of the qualifiers.
Fermanagh booked an Ulster semi-final slot against the winners of Tyrone and Monaghan with a determined showing against 14 man Armagh.
After winning league titles in 2008 and 2010, Devenish’s Barry Mulrone rates tonight’s victory as the best yet after capturing a third Fermanagh title
Fermanagh exited the Ulster Championship after a spirited first half display was undone by a power-packed second 35 from Monaghan.
Dr McKenna Cup Group B Fermanagh 0-19 Antrim 0-5 By John Hughes Fermanagh have become accustomed to beating Antrim in recent years, call it ongoing revenge for Baker Bradley’s Ulster Championship raid in 2013. However, despite taking on the Saffrons numerous times since that blow to the pride, they have surely never played quite such […]
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Mayo in Saturday’s All-Ireland Championship qualifier in Castlebar.
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Wexford in Saturday’s All-Ireland Championship qualifier in Wexford Park.
The truth of the phrase uttered in many a GAA changing room was borne out again on Sunday; Goals win games.
They tried hard, but in the end Donegal just had too much for a Fermanagh side who toiled hard, but failed to deliver for all their sweat.
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Donegal in Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final in MacCumhaill Park.