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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
ONE hundred games in the green and white jersey, how does that feel, Sean? “Jaysus, that’s news to me. I didn’t think I had that many under my belt. I had an idea I was close to it but there was a right few I didn’t want to remember, so I was trying to […]
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 […]
Fermanagh finished down to 12 men as Monaghan booked their place in the second round of the qualifiers.
It just wasn’t to be for Fermanagh as a more clinical Donegal side ran out victors in this Ulster quarter-final.
So at the midway break we have the peculiar, but gratifying sight of Fermanagh topping the Division 2 table. It’s a position built on the best defensive record in any of the four divisions. On Sunday the Ernesiders travel to Letterkenny to take on a Donegal side who would have been most pundits pre-tournament picks […]
“I suppose having a brother on the panel makes it a bit more special because we grew up playing football together.”