Fermnagh take on Derry in Friday night’s Ulster u-20 semi-final.
Fermanagh lost to Donegal in the Ulster Championship.
James McMahon said: “We went in fully confident of being able to turn them over. It was hugely disappointing.”
Rory Gallagher has named his team ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Senior Football Championship meeting in Brewster Park with Donegal. The Ernesiders shaded the league meeting between the side, this Spring and will be hoping for a repeat result this weekend. Fermanagh team is as follows: Thomas Tracey Johnny Cassidy Che Cullen Lee Cullen Ultan Kelm […]
With the exception of Division Three all is said and done, promotion and relegation is confirmed, for many including the nine Ulster counties, their fate is now sealed. Division One Final – Kerry, Mayo Relegated – Roscommon, Cavan Advertisement Misfortune for Cavan who fell to relegation picking up one win against Roscommon. Monaghan narrowly avoided […]
Derry have sealed promotion back to Division Three for 2020 with two games to spare after winning their fifth game on the bounce in Limerick. It has been confirmed that Leitrim will be joining them in the third tier ahead of their league meeting which will now serve as a dead-rubber ahead of the league […]
There was mixed emotions for Ulster sides in Lidl Ladies National Football League this weekend. In Division One, Donegal have made it four wins on the bounce with a two point win against Tipperary in Convoy. The Tir Chonaill led by two at the break and claimed the invaluable two points thanks to goals from […]
Fermanagh led by former Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher have stunned the Tir Chonaill men in O’Donnell Park. An awful run of results in the Letterkenny venue gets worse for the reigning Ulster Champions who have no only won two of the last sixteen games in O’Donnell Park. Declan Bonner’s side led 0-8 to 0-4 at […]
Life in Division Two has began for Donegal, Armagh and Fermanagh with the latter two playing out draws in their respective games while the Tir Chonaill claimed a win in Clare. Armagh will have been kicking themselves all the way home from Newbridge after squandering a five point lead with 20 minutes to play. Stefan […]
From Odhrán Crumley Then there was four…Tyrone, Derry, Donegal and Armagh are all that remain in this year’s Dr McKenna Cup after a dramatic final round of games. Section A Donegal 1-20 Cavan 1-12 Advertisement Donegal secured the top spot in Section A with an eight point win over Cavan in MacCumhaill Park, the nature […]