Fermanagh exited the Ulster Championship after a spirited first half display was undone by a power-packed second 35 from Monaghan.
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Derry in Sunday’s NFL Division 2 opener.
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.
FERMANAGH 1-14 ROSCOMMON 0-16 All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 3A John Hughes reports from Brewster Park. If a certain Danish brewer made championship Sunday afternoons, they’d probably look a lot like this. The scenes of jubilation on the Brewster Park turf after Sean Quigley’s last gasp winner spoke more eloquently than any words. The Ernesiders spent much of […]
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 […]
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.
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.
Fermanagh have booked their place in the Ulster semi-final, but not before weathering a dogged challenge from a determined 14 man Antrim outfit, a late Sean Quigley penalty putting a handsome complexion on the final scoreline.
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath has named his side to face Antrim in their Ulster senior football championship quarter-final this Sunday.