Tyrone 0-17 Fermanagh 1-7 By Pauric McGurn Fermanagh’s McKenna Cup campaign started with a defeat to neighbours Tyrone at O’Neill’s Healy Park, Omagh, on Wednesday (yesterday) evening. Fermanagh only had four starters from last year’s opening McKenna Cup game with Monaghan but it was only Diarmaid King who was making his Fermanagh debut for Kieran Donnelly’s charges. […]
Tonight Kieran Donnelly’s Fermanagh kickstart their year with an away trip to O’Neills Healy Park to take on Tyrone.
AS many of us turn our attention to Christmas festivities, Kieran Donnelly and Fermanagh footballers have one eye on the Dr McKenna Cup which gets underway in January. The draw last week saw the Erne men pitted with Tyrone and Derry in Group B and Donnelly is relishing playing two of the best teams in Ulster; […]
By Mark McGoldrick IN his first game in charge, Fermanagh manager Kieran Donnelly and his team will travel to Clones this Sunday when the Erne men take on Monaghan in their McKenna Cup opener. Inter-county teams resumed training on December 8 and the Fermanagh management have been holding a series of trials and training sessions […]
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 […]
A new era commences tonight in Brewster Park. Rory Gallagher, an Erne great on the field, takes charge of his county’s fortunes for the first time on the other side of the chalk. He faces Malachy O’Rourke’s Monaghan, a side which has caused Fermanagh more than their fair share of problems in recent […]
Fermanagh might have left the points behind them in St Tiernach’s Park, but their shot-stopper has warned them not to expect the Ranch to be a pushover this Sunday as they bid to get their McKenna Cup campaign back on track. “We’ll go looking to win against St Mary’s and Antrim and see […]
Forward absences open the way for new attackers to make their mark in McKenna Cup
It has been another worthwhile campaign in the McKenna cup this year says JOHN WOODS in this week’s LAST LINE.
It’s difficult for Tomás Corrigan to find the silver linings in the McKenna cup semi-final defeat to Tyrone.