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#Fermanagh

# fermanagh-football - Monday 8 April, 2019

'If heaven when we depart this earth is anything like this, I will want to go there'

The football played by Hogan Cup winners St Michael’s under Dominic Corrigan is an antidote to Fermanagh’s defensive style.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 24 February, 2019

Fermanagh overcome five-point deficit to defeat 13-man Donegal and maintain unbeaten start

Rory Gallagher enjoyed a win against his former team.

# fermanagh-football - Tuesday 12 February, 2019

'Hopefully it will continue to get away from it because I don't think there's any entertainment value'

Tipperary boss Liam Kearns on the defensive approach in modern Gaelic football.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 9 February, 2019

Late brace of points sees Fermanagh edge out Kildare to pick up first league win

Ryan Lyons kicked two late scores to seal the Division 2 victory for Rory Gallagher’s side.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 3 February, 2019

McGrath grabs draw for Tipperary against Fermanagh in stoppage-time

A Sean Quigley penalty left the Ulster side on the verge of victory.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 27 January, 2019

Cork and Fermanagh can't be separated in low-scoring affair

The home side went the entire first half without scoring from play.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 9 July, 2018

Rory Gallagher acknowledges a gap exists between Fermanagh and top tier counties

Fermanagh’s season drew to a close on Saturday night.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 7 July, 2018

Super 8s or nowhere! Awesome Kildare steamroll Fermanagh by 11 points to advance

Kildare are into the Super 8s after they put 3-20 past Fermanagh in a superb display in Navan.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 24 June, 2018

Donegal make light work of Fermanagh to reign supreme in Ulster again

Declan Bonner’s men cruised to a first provincial title in four years.

As it happened: Donegal v Fermanagh, Ulster SFC final

Provincial silverware was on the line in Clones, as Fermanagh looked to win a first Ulster title.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 4 June, 2018

Do you agree with the man-of-the-match winners from the weekend's GAA action?

Galway, Limerick, Fermanagh and Tipperary players recognised for their exploits.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 19 May, 2018

McGeeney's winless run in Ulster continues as 14-man Armagh fall to Fermanagh

Armagh haven’t won a single Ulster SFC game since Kieran McGeeney took charge.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 31 March, 2018

Murnin goal the crucial score as Armagh augment promotion with silverware at HQ

Kieran McGeeney’s side got the better of Fermanagh in the Division 3 final this afternoon.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 11 March, 2018

Westmeath move up to second place in Division 3, while Laois survive stern London test

Laois joined neighbours Carlow on top of Division 4.

# fermanagh-football - Wednesday 10 January, 2018

Tyrone, Fermanagh and Roscommon among the winners on a busy night of GAA action

There were six games in the Dr McKenna Cup this evening.

# fermanagh-football - Tuesday 3 October, 2017

Rory Gallagher's approach to join him in Fermanagh 'was a shock' for Ryan McMenamin

The ex-Tyrone defender is part of Gallagher’s backroom team in Fermanagh.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 24 September, 2017

Last-gasp penalty sees All-Ireland junior football final go to a replay

Derry and Fermanagh will have to do it all again after their draw at Croke Park.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 11 September, 2017

Fermanagh announce Rory Gallagher as their new senior football manager

He has been handed the job in his native county after resigning as Donegal boss.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 17 July, 2017

'Players were saying they wanted a change. I felt it made no sense for me to stay as manager'

Pete McGrath has revealed player unrest was behind his surprising Fermanagh exit.

# fermanagh-football - Friday 14 July, 2017

Fermanagh boss steps down one week after it was announced he's staying on

Pete McGrath has told the county board he will not take the reins for the 2018 season.

# fermanagh-football - Thursday 6 July, 2017

An All-Ireland senior winner 23 years ago and set for a role as manager again in 2018

Pete McGrath is staying on as Fermanagh senior boss.

# fermanagh-football - Friday 19 May, 2017

New faces in Monaghan and Fermanagh teams for Ulster championship opener

Antrim have also unveiled their team for their clash against Donegal.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 19 March, 2017

Monaghan leave Roscommon facing the drop, while Quigley points the way for Fermanagh

Quigley hit 0-8 as the Erne men saw off Clare.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 27 February, 2017

Those were the days, my friend - surprise All-Ireland football semi-finalists a thing of the past

Saturday’s GAA Congress vote to bring in the ‘super 8′ quarter-final format has ended the chances of another Fermanagh, Wexford or Tipperary fairytale summer run.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 9 July, 2016

Mayo bailed out by dubious penalty as they come from 6 down to beat Fermanagh

Cillian O’Connor’s late penalty proved vital as Mayo booked their place in Round 3.

# fermanagh-football - Friday 8 July, 2016

3 Mayo changes for Fermanagh qualifier after shock Connacht loss to Galway

Throw-in at Elverys MacHale Park tomorrow afternoon is 3.30pm.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 25 June, 2016

After 360 mile round trip Fermanagh are back on track with qualifier victory against Wexford

The Erne County enjoyed a five point victory at the final whistle.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 12 June, 2016

Roscommon's Jekyll and Hyde show, Donegal's 'moving quarter' returns

Plenty to discuss after Sunday’s GAA action.

Odhran MacNiallais brace hands 14-man Donegal win in fiery encounter

Donegal made light of Neil McGee’s first-half red card to book a Ulster semi-final against Monaghan.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 16 May, 2016

Offaly victory means so much, Fermanagh suffer 'power cut': Championship talking points

The Faithful county ended their nine-year losing run in Leinster with victory over Longford in Tullamore yesterday.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 15 May, 2016

Tomás Corrigan drags Fermanagh to victory over Antrim in Ulster

Corrigan kicked nine points in an excellent display of score-taking as the Erne men advanced to the last eight of Ulster.

# fermanagh-football - Saturday 12 March, 2016

Johnston moves Cavan into promotion frame as Westmeath push Limerick towards the drop

There were pivotal games in Divisions 2 and 3 of the Allianz Football League tonight.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 7 February, 2016

Monaghan and Tyrone win again while Fermanagh see off 14-man Meath

Two games in Division 2 this afternoon while Monaghan prevailed against Down in Clones.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 11 January, 2016

Armagh and Fermanagh players complete transfers to Dublin GAA clubs

Kevin Dyas and Tomas Corrigan are heading to the capital.

# fermanagh-football - Tuesday 29 December, 2015

'We weren't celebrating our loss - we were celebrating a phenomenal year'

Tiarnan Daly looks back on a remarkable season for the Fermanagh senior footballers.

# fermanagh-football - Monday 3 August, 2015

'There was a bit of a divot and he tripped into the net' - Sean Quigley on that controversial goal

Joking aside, the Fermanagh forward believes the squad will have learnt a great deal from their day out at Croke Park.

After putting it up to the Dubs, Fermanagh want a historic first Ulster title in 2016

Pete McGrath has set his sights on the Holy Grail next season.

Jim Gavin: 'I can’t control the referee. I’m sure he did his best'

Controversial Fermanagh goal leaves Dubs boss scratching his head.

# fermanagh-football - Sunday 2 August, 2015

5 talking points as Dublin book their place in the All-Ireland semis

Dublin get the job done quickly but Fermanagh leave Croke Park with a lot of credit.

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