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 […]
This Fermanagh under 21 panel is probably one of the best prepared sides from the county to field in the Ulster championship in recent years.
Fermanagh have booked their place in the Ulster semi-final, but not before weathering a dogged challenge from a determined 14 man Antrim outfit, a late Sean Quigley penalty putting a handsome complexion on the final scoreline.
Fermanagh’s under 21 squad have been in steady preparation for their mid-March Ulster championship clash with Omagh.
James Allen is the strong silent type. That’s great if he’s your full back, slightly less good if you are hunting a post-match quote.
Fermanagh played two challenge matches last week with a win and a defeat the return as McKenna Cup preparation continued.