Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath has made three changes from the team that faced Sligo for the visit of Tipperary this Sunday.
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.
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.
Fermanagh played two challenge matches last week with a win and a defeat the return as McKenna Cup preparation continued.
Few would argue with the view Roslea are the Fermanagh side best equipped to make a challenge in the provincial senior club championship.
Teemore face a huge test when they take on Roslea this Sunday. In the battle of the Shamrocks it has to be the Roslea men who are considered the warmest of favourites.
IT IS understood that Peter McGinnity has stepped down from the managerial post at Roslea.
The brilliant Quigley brothers, Sean and Seamus were both sent off on Sunday in Roslea’s league semi final against Devenish.
County Board to appeal sending off of full-forward Sean Quigley during their qualifier against Cavan
The Roslea man suffered from a broken ankle towards the end of the National League campaign