On Saturday Fermanagh played Wexford on their home turf and after a bit of a struggle our quality and superior fitness finally got us over the line.
McGrath names team to face Saffrons
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Antrim in Sunday’s Ulster Championship opener in Brewster Park.
Fermanagh have no fears of Tuam tussle
Sean Quigley’s second half introduction against Cavan last day out coincided with an injection of urgency as Fermanagh chased the game.
Fermanagh should not fear defining month
It was crucial Fermanagh beat Meath in their last fixture because they have a massive month ahead of them.
Fermanagh reap benefits of u-21 link-up
The first two points are on the board after a hard fought win against Meath in tough conditions.
Vital to win our home games says Flaherty
One man pleased to put in a solid 74 minutes of football was a Ciaran Flaherty.
BARRY OWENS’ LAST LINE – Fermanagh need to up work rate
Putting good seasons back to back is something Fermanagh have struggled to do. This team will have to learn that lesson if they are to thrive.
Looking back on a memorable year for Fermanagh
With the action on the pitch almost wrapped up Chris Breen casts an eye back over the season and reveals his awards for 2015.
GAA: Shane shares in disappointment
IF the fans were disappointed at the manner of Fermanagh’s defeat at Navan on Sunday, they were no sorrier than the players.
Fermanagh come up just short
Hotly-contested tie leaves Fermanagh plying their trade in Division Three again next year