Fermanagh coast past Saffrons into third round of qualifiers

FERMANAGH 1-21 ANTRIM 0-11 All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 2A John Hughes reports from Brewster Park. A resolute defensive performance and an other-worldly performance from Sean Quigley has eased Fermanagh into the next round of the qualifiers. Fermanagh were well on top by the break and they as went up through the gears in the second […]

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McMahon back for Antrim rematch

James McMahon has been named at number six to face Antrim in a Fermanagh team which sees a number of changes from the Ulster semi-final.

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Fermanagh to the power of five

A fifth game victorious in Fortress Brewster and a fifth game unbeaten for Pete McGrath’s men. Fermanagh impressed again as they disposed of the challenge of Limerick with a authoritative second half which saw the hosts lead by 13 points at one stage.

Purpose and poise but as ever there’s room for improvement

Perhaps it is simply in our nature. I was chatting a man on Sunday morning about the Fermanagh Louth game the previous night and as is always the way we were picking over the bones of the contest and dissecting things from every possible angle.

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Quigley pivotal as Roslea do the double

SEASON of mists and mellow fruitfulness was how Keats described autumn. Well it was certainly a fruitful October for Sean Quigley and Roslea as they gathered their first championship and league double since 2011.

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