Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Mayo in Saturday’s All-Ireland Championship qualifier in Castlebar.
On Saturday Fermanagh played Wexford on their home turf and after a bit of a struggle our quality and superior fitness finally got us over the line.
Che Cullen gave an exhibition of the versatility of the modern footballer last Saturday as the number 3 roamed far and wide on the Wexford Park sward.
Fermanagh’s reward for seeing off Wexford in the first round of the qualifiers is a glamour tie against first division opposition.
Pete McGrath has named his starting 15 to face Wexford in Saturday’s All-Ireland Championship qualifier in Wexford Park.
As the half time loomed in MacCumhaill Park it was all looking very promising for the underdogs.
Four points from player for Aghadrumsee forward
Fermanagh were to have a sizzling start to this key league meeting at Brewster Park with a goal in their opening attack and that score laid the foundation for what was to be a very slick opening thirty five minutes.
Having lost three games it is inevitable that the run in to the finish line in the league has become an exceptionally fraught one for Fermanagh as they bid to haul themselves clear of the relegation trapdoor.
TRAVELLING all the way from County Wexford is a band with something that little bit different this week.