Fermanagh could take another big step towards gaining promotion to Division Two this weekend when they face Kevin Walsh’s Sligo outfit at Brewster Park on Sunday.
Fermanagh hurling joint manager Seamus McCusker feels that his side are going to have to produce a big performance if they are make it back to back wins in Allianz NHL Division 3A on Sunday when they take on Louth.
Fermanagh fell to their first defeat of the league campaign when falling by two points to Monaghan following an entertaining encounter at Brewster Park on Saturday evening.
It’s five points out of six for Femanagh in Division Three following a hot and heavy draw with Antrim at Casement Park on Saturday evening.
A meeting of two sides at the top of the table should, on its own, signal an interesting tussle, but when the fact that it is a derby encounter is also thrown into the mix then it adds to the occasion. And on top of all that we then have two former club team-mates at the helm for the respective counties, one of whom is a former manager of the other county.
Fermanagh hurlers will be looking for a win in their opening league encounter against Tyrone this Sunday. The Erne men felt the wrath of Tyrone in last year’s Lory Meagher final, loosing by a single point to the Red Hand County in Croke Park.
It is early days, after all we are only in the second week of February and only two rounds of the league have been played, but from a Fermanagh perspective there are plenty of positive signs to come out of the opening two league games.
The Fermanagh Scor season drew to a close on Saturday night in Donagh
The draw for the Fermanagh Senior Championship took place tonight below is the full draw: android spayware software A: Erne Gaels v Kinawley B: Belcoo v Lisnaskea C: Tempo v St Pats D: Teemore v Devenish Otr Finals 1: Derrygonnelly v D 2:Newtownbutler v Roslea 3 A V B 4 St Josephs v C
Fermanagh made it two wins out of two in the Division Three with another excellent effort at Brewster Park on Saturday night.