‘We set out to be a very hard working team’
Fermanagh exited the Ulster Championship after a spirited first half display was undone by a power-packed second 35 from Monaghan.
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 […]
Pete McGrath has made four changes to his starting 15 to face Galway in Sunday’s NFL Division 2 clash in Tuam.
It’s been a season Fermanagh Herald Sports Person of the Month Eoin Donnelly won’t forget in a hurry.
A muscular second half performance saw Fermanagh over-power Westmeath and book their place in the All-Ireland quarter-final against Kerry.
Pete McGrath has made no changes from the starting 15 who scored a memorable championship victory over Roscommon.
Ryan McCluskey will finally have a hearing on his red card appeal some ten days after the initial incident took place.
It was all so promising at half time. But a dominant second half performance from Monaghan means it will be they rather than Fermanagh who will be preparing for the Ulster final on July 19th.
Eoin Donnelly is expected to return to the Fermanagh starting 15 for the clash with Monaghan in the Ulster semi-final.