‘We are in the final, we are there on merit, we deserve to be there and we will give it a damn good rattle’
Fermanagh booked an Ulster semi-final slot against the winners of Tyrone and Monaghan with a determined showing against 14 man Armagh.
Sports editor John Hughes spoke to the Erne manager ahead of his first Ulster championship in charge of his home county.
Quigley points Fermanagh to league promotion.
Rory Gallagher’s men travel to Longford’s Pearse Park knowing whoever wins will be playing Division 2 football in 2019.
National Football League division Three Sligo v Fermanagh Markievicz Park, Sunday, 2pm. Referee: John Hickey (Carlow) Two-time All Star Barry Owens has been hugely impressed with the form of Fermanagh this season and believes the depth in the squad is showing that this current Fermanagh team really can go somewhere. It’s high praise from the […]
And so it’s three from three for Rory Gallagher’s Fermanagh, with two of those victories coming against division one opposition.
Rory Gallagher gets Erne reign off to 100 percent start
This was a richly deserved first win over Monaghan after a sequence of seven straight defe
A new era commences tonight in Brewster Park. Rory Gallagher, an Erne great on the field, takes charge of his county’s fortunes for the first time on the other side of the chalk. He faces Malachy O’Rourke’s Monaghan, a side which has caused Fermanagh more than their fair share of problems in recent […]