McKenna Cup

November 26th, 2017 | County

Over the past six seasons Fermanagh can boast an extremely strong record in the McKenna cup with 5 Semi Final appearances in 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Tyrone (4) and Cavan (1) have got the better of us in those 5 Semi Finals.
Rory Gallagher will make his managerial debut with Fermanagh on Wednesday January 3rd with the draw for the McKenna Cup taking place this coming Thursday in Belfast.
The side will go into 2018 knowing that another strong display will be needed this year before the NFL Division 3 campaign starts with Wexford (home) and Offaly (home).
 
Fermanagh’s past 6 year record in the McKenna Cup is –
2017 –
Monaghan 1-13 v Fermanagh 0-15 @ Clones
Fermanagh 2-13 v St Marys 0-13 @ Brewster Park
Fermanagh 0-19 v Antrim 0-5 @ Brewster Park
Semi Final – Fermanagh 0-11 v Tyrone 0-14 @ Clones
2016 –
Fermanagh 1-13 v St Marys 0-14 @ Brewster Park
Down 0-8 v Fermanagh 0-14 @ Newry
Fermanagh 0-12 v Donegal 0-8 @ Brewster Park
Semi Final – Fermanagh 0-9 v Tyrone 1-13 @ Clones
 
2015 –
Fermanagh 1-13 v QUB @ Brewster Park
Fermanagh 1-9 v Derry 1-7 @ Brewster Park
Donegal 0-12 v Fermanagh 2-5 @ Ballyshannon
Semi Final – Cavan 1-8 v Fermanagh 1-7 @ Kingspan Breffni, Cavan
 
2014 –
Fermanagh 1-10 v St Marys 3-8 @ Brewster Park
Derry 1-11 v Fermanagh 2-4 @ Owenbeg
Fermanagh 0-11 v Monaghan 2-20 @ Brewster Park
 
2013 –
Fermanagh 2-15 v Donegal 2-7 @ Brewster Park
Fermanagh 2-15 v St Marys 1-5 @ Brewster Park
Monaghan 1-12 v Fermanagh 0-7 @ Inniskeen
Semi Final = Tyrone 2-9 v Fermanagh 0-7 @ Athletic Grounds, Armagh
 
2012 –
Fermanagh 2-11 v Antrim 1-6 @ Brewster Park
Fermanagh 2-14 v Queens University 0-10 @ Brewster Park
Tyrone 0-13 v Fermanagh 1-7 @ Omagh
Semi Final = Tyrone 2-12 v Fermanagh 1-4 @ Omagh