From the ashes of Enniskillen Santos Jason Keenan found a place where his considerable talents caught fire
The draws took place for the first round of 2016 Mulhern and Reihill Cups last week.
Enniskillen Santos’ Coca Cola Irish Junior Cup hopes came to an end in Belfast on Saturday afternoon when they slumped to a disappointing 1-0 defeat at the hands of Tullymore Swifts.
Enniskillen Santos are the last Fermanagh & Western side standing in the Junior Cup following defeats for Strathroy Harps, Beragh Swifts and Irvinestown Wanderers at the weekend.
There was little to separate these two sides for long periods in what was an excellent advertisement for Division 2 football in the Fermanagh & Western. The game was won in the last 25minute by Santos who made it 3-1 with a goal that both managers felt was offside. Santos would kick on after the decision went there way to run out comfortable winners with a strong finishing quarter.
Jason Keenan would score both goals in this keenly contested Division 2 fixture between two sides who had previously held 100% winning records.
Enniskillen Santos left it very late to grab the winning goal in this fixture played on the 3G at the Lakeland Forum as William Gott headed a 90th minute winner.
Irvinestown Wanderers would record a comfortable victory over a depleted Enniskillen Athletic on Saturday to make it four wins from four in Division 2 where they share top spot with Enniskillen Santos.