Fermanagh manager, Peter Canavan, has urged the home supporters to come out in numbers to cheer on the county as neighbours Cavan come calling in the first round of the Ulster Championship
Fermanagh County Board launch fund-raising scheme
The Roslea man suffered from a broken ankle towards the end of the National League campaign
A great evening was had by the large attendance in Brewster Park on Saturday as Fermanagh and Mayo played out a competitive encounter for the ‘Sam Bradley Care Fund’
Fermanagh will play a pre-championship friendly on Saturday, May 4 to raise money for Sam Bradley, a 21 month old suffering from a rare form of cancer
Fermanagh’s opening Championship game could be affected by the G8 summit, if the tie is to be played at Brewster Park
The shock defeat of leaders, Monaghan last Sunday, and Fermanagh’s impressive win over Sligo has left Peter Canavan’s men in top spot once more, and within a fingertip of promotion to Division 2.
Fermanagh defeated Sligo on Saturday afternoon to move above Monaghan and top of Division 3 of the Football League.
Fermanagh manager, Peter Canavan was in a happier mood this week following his team’s win over Cavan, in Cavan. It brings them back on track for promotion, after their set-back against Monaghan.
A HAPPIER Peter Canavan surveyed Fermanagh’s convincing win over favourites, Wicklow in ‘fortress Aughrim’ on Sunday and he agreed it was ‘a massive game’.