The provisional fixtures for the 2018 National Football League have been announced, with some mouth watering games for Fermanagh including two all-Ulster home derby clashes with Derry and Armagh.
Our senior footballers will take on newly promoted Wexford in the first round of the 2018 national football league, with Rory Gallagher set to take charge of the Ernesiders along with Ryan McMenamin, Shane McCabe and Ronan Gallagher.
Fermanagh who were relegated from Division 2 into Division 3 for 2018, will be bidding for promotion back up to Division 2 at the first attempt will then have a second home game in round 2 as Offaly come to Brewster Park.
We will take to the road for the first time on Sunday, February 11th, for a trip to Markevicz Park and a neighbouring clash with Sligo.
Round 4 sees us hosting Derry, while the fifth game is set to take place on Sunday March 4th as we head to Westmeath.
Round 6 is another Ulster derby clash but a huge incentive for us is that it will be another home game with Armagh travelling to Brewster Park, while up last in round 7 will be an away clash on Sunday March 25th away to Longford.
But for now it’s time to get the ink wet on your 2018 calendars. Here Fermanagh’s fixtures for the Allianz Senior Football 2018 Division 3.
Allianz Football League Division 3
Round 1: Sunday, January 28: Fermanagh v Wexford,
Round 2: Sunday, February 4: Fermanagh v Offaly,
Round 3: Sunday February 11: Sligo v Fermanagh,
Round 4: Saturday, February 24: Fermanagh v Derry;
Round 5: Sunday, March 4: Westmeath v Fermanagh,
Round 6: Saturday, March 17: Fermanagh v Armagh;
Round 7: Sunday, March 25: Longford v Fermanagh.