Roslea are the first team through to this year’s Fermanagh SFC final as they powered their way past Ederney on a 2-11 to 1-08 scoreline tonight at Brewster Park. Seamie Quigley. Roslea are the first team through to this year’s Fermanagh SFC final as they powered their way past Ederney on a 2-11 to 1-08 scoreline tonight at Brewster Park. The Quigley brothers, Sean and Seamie, were once again to the fore for Peter McGinnity’s side, contributing 1-09 of their sides total as they caused problems for the Ederney defence throughout the contest while Shane Lynch was to bag their other goal.
Ederney had started the game brightly with Enda Ferris and Paul McCusker knocking over scores in the opening minutes. However, Roslea began to get a grip around midfield through James Sherry and Niall Cosgrove while Peter Sherry and Conor Quigley helped blunt the threat of the Ederney attack. When Lynch got on the end of a brilliant Seamie Quigley flick to find the corner Roslea moved into 1-04 to 0-03 lead and they were never to relinquish control. By the break they were to lead by five, 1-06 to 0-04, although Ederney were guilty of wasting some good scoring opportunities late in the half.
The St. Joseph’s men did get it back to four early in the second half but when Seamie Quigley coolly pushed the ball into the top corner after 42 minutes it left Ederney with a mountain to climb. And Roslea produced a controlled performance over the remainder of the half and although Chris Snow converted a penalty for Ederney, it was to be Roslea’s night as they progressed the decider where they will meet the winners of tomorrow’s Belcoo v Derrygonnelly semi-final.
Maguiresbridge are through to the Intermediate final after they battled their way past Aghadrumsee, 2-10 to 2-04. Enniskillen take on Irvinestown in tomorrow’s other Intermediate semi-final at Brewster Park