We’ve already shown you some photos of the players from Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter final against Dublin.
ROSLEA and Fermanagh gael, Sean Quigley, has seen his stock rise in GAA circles in the last few months – but there’s been one casulty.
“Make no mistake about it this is a serious Fermanagh team and if we can get close to playing to our full potential we will present problems for Dublin.”
And with less than 24 hours until Fermanagh face Dublin in their first quarter-final since 2004 – we’ve picked out seven things that are getting us excited about the Croke Park showdown.
With the score tied at 0-11, a slick passage of play brought Enniskillen Gaels clubman Tom Brewster into play.
Fermanagh will enter the game against Roscommon as favourites on Saturday. It is a role reversal from the quarter final against Waterford where the Munster girls were confident of advancing. Fermanagh revelled in the underdog role and will have to adapt this week to added expectation.
It is hard to believe that it is five years since Fermanagh contested the All Ireland Intermediate final with Clare in Croke Park.