Ulster Club SFC quarter-final Cargin v Derrygonnelly Sunday, Corrigan Park, Belfast 2.30pm Ref: Paul Faloon For the past five years Derrygonnelly have emerged from Fermanagh winning County titles with ruthless efficiency. The test this Sunday for the Erne kingpins is to press on in the Ulster club championship with the lure of a clash […]
With 2-18 under his belt, Sean Quigley looks assured of finishing as the senior championship’s top scorer in 2019. His nearest rival, Belnaleck’s Darragh McGurn who registered 3-11, will only be able to watch from the stands as Roslea take on Derrygonnelly in the decider. While the Roslea number 14 is clearly his side’s shining […]
Curtain comes down on Fermanagh’s championship
Fermanagh finished down to 12 men as Monaghan booked their place in the second round of the qualifiers.
Donegal just have too much for Fermanagh
It just wasn’t to be for Fermanagh as a more clinical Donegal side ran out victors in this Ulster quarter-final.
Fermanagh’s band of brothers…
“I suppose having a brother on the panel makes it a bit more special because we grew up playing football together.”
Masterful Fermanagh overpower 14 man Armagh
Fermanagh booked an Ulster semi-final slot against the winners of Tyrone and Monaghan with a determined showing against 14 man Armagh.
Two changes as Fermanagh name team to face Mayo
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Mayo in Saturday’s All-Ireland Championship qualifier in Castlebar.
Fermanagh name side to face Wexford in Qualifier opener
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Wexford in Saturday’s All-Ireland Championship qualifier in Wexford Park.
14 man Donegal have too much for Fermanagh
They tried hard, but in the end Donegal just had too much for a Fermanagh side who toiled hard, but failed to deliver for all their sweat.
O’Callaghan comes in for Donegal clash
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Donegal in Sunday’s Ulster Championship quarter-final in MacCumhaill Park.