Quigley to be part of BBC GAA coverage

Former Fermanagh star Seán Quigley will join the BBC Championship team this Sunday for live coverage of Fermanagh versus Armagh from Brewster Park. Quigley, and former Monaghan attacker Paul Finlay, will join BBC presenter Mark Sidebottom pitchside from 1.45pm for the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final.  Quigley, who opted out of the Fermanagh panel this […]

Jones links up with Leitrim

RYAN Jones says he’s relishing the ‘great opportunity’ to become the new coach of the Leitrim under-20s, where he’ll be linking up with former Mayo star Andy Moran and ex-Cavan manager Mickey Graham. Last week, Fermanagh GAA confirmed that Jones – alongside his brother Conall (Jones) and Roslea’s Seán Quigley – have stepped away from […]

Quigley hits 16 points in Roslea rout

Maguiresbridge 2-4 Roslea 0-21 Seán Quigley was in clinical form scoring 16 points as Roslea made a winning start in Division Two with a commanding win over Maguiresbridge on Wednesday. Without several key players including Francis McBrien, Rory Porteous and Caolan Duffy, it was an uphill task from the outset for St Mary’s. And their […]

Quigley in two minds about Fermanagh future

Seán Quigley says his intercounty future is ‘all up in the air at the minute’ after the season drew to a close a week and a half ago. “It’s probably there in the back of my head that retirement is on its way but I’m still only 30 and there’s plenty of football in me […]

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Quigley fit to play as Erne men aim for Tailteann win

Fermanagh’s Tailteann Cup kicks off this Sunday afternoon in Brewster Park (1pm throw-in) and Kieran Donnelly says his players have been training well since the Derry defeat; “The boys have responded really well. They’ve taken confidence from having a good league and knowing we can’t be judged on that championship game. “They’re very keen now […]

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Performance is key for Donnelly in league opener

Longford travel to Ederney on Saturday with a trophy already in the cabinet this season, but Fermanagh manager Kieran Donnelly says his players won’t shy away from the Midlanders’ challenge. Paddy Christie’s side were crowned O’Byrne Cup champions last Saturday after an impressive 3-13 to 0-12 victory over Louth and Donnelly is anticipating a tough test. […]

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Quigley a ‘major doubt’ for Tailteann Cup game

Fermanagh manager Kieran Donnelly is first and foremost happy to know who their opposition is in just over a week’s time. To be drawn against Longford, away from home, will be a tough challenge though; “It’s a tough draw. Our past history with Longford, it’s always a competitive fixture. There’s been draws and one point […]

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Quigley hoping to spoil the party

HE may not be a secret weapon but he’s undoubtedly on Fermanagh’s frontline when it comes to scoring. The Roslea Shamrocks man is Ulster’s top marksman this season, amassing a seriously impressive 5-37 across the National League and McKenna Cup campaigns. Outscoring the Paddy McBrearty, Darren McCurry and Rian O’Neill’s of this world, to name but […]

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Same again, urges Donnelly

Fermanagh has never been a team associated with racking up a big score but on Saturday afternoon Kieran Donnelly’s men showed what they can do. 3-15 was a brave score against any team, especially in a tight Division Three league. The game was open from start to finish as play went from end-to-end and it […]

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Longford result will have a‘big bearing’ on league

Kieran Donnelly and his team make the journey to Pearse Park on Sunday with one thing on their minds, a first league victory. The Fermanagh manager knows it won’t be easy though, against a team that has shown in recent times that they’re a match for the Erne men. “There has never been anything between […]

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