Fermanagh’s Sean Quigley tackles Conor McGill of Meath during the sides’ Allianz League Division Two clash. Photo: John McVitty/Inpho

Fermanagh 0-10 Meath 0-06 Meath lost a man and gave up the fight, with Fermanagh adapting best to dreadful playing conditions to extend their unbeate(...)

Fermanagh coach Pete McGrath enjoyed a winning return to Down on Sunday. Photograph: Inpho

Down 0-8 Fermanagh 0-14 Fermanagh free-wheeled to victory to deliver a winning homecoming for Pete McGrath in Páirc Esler. While new Down manager Ea(...)

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath: Keen to produce a winning mentality. Photograph: Inpho

“Why should we in Fermanagh sit in a dark corner and talk about winning Ulster among ourselves but feel you can’t let anybody hear you?” asks Pete McG(...)

Maggie Farrelly refereeing the McKenna Cup round one game between Fermanagh and St Mary’s at Brewster Park on Wednesday evening. Photograph: Trevor Lucy/Inpho.

Common sense is a useful trait not always immediately apparent in every referee, but it’s a characteristic Maggie Farrelly seems to have in abundance(...)

 Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath and his players salute the team’s fans after Dublin’s victory at Croke Park. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

“For a moment I thought Seán Quigley was going to wave the green flag himself,” was Pete McGrath’s take on Fermanagh’s first goal. “At the end the (...)

Brian Fenton, seen here in possession against Monaghan  in the league, starts at centrefield for Dublin. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho. Allianz Football League Division 1, Clones, Monaghan 5/4/2015Monaghan vs DublinMonghan’s Owen Duffy and Brian Fenton of Dublin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne.

You’d imagine it must tickle the Dublin squad on some level that the country seems racked with worry over whether it’s any good for them to be goin(...)

Jim Gavin: “Their Division Three record and promotion speaks for itself and the way that they have dispatched Roscommon and Westmeath was quite impressive.”

Thursday morning and Jim Gavin faces maybe his biggest task of the week – talking up Dublin’s All-Ireland quarter-final against Fermanagh. His (...)

Fermanagh’s Seán Quigley: is Fermanagh’s outright top championship scorer and is likely to be marked by Westmeath’s Kieran Gavin. Photograph: Inpho

The wheels of fortune are always spinning in opposite directions in the fourth round qualifiers: Westmeath’s spinning backward after their Leinster(...)

Fermanagh’s Sean Quigley has scored 2-26 so far this summer, 75 per cent of such coming from placed ball. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho.

Fermanagh go into this weekend’s final qualifier round armed with the championship’s top scorer Sean Quigley – but if Westmeath can continue to kee(...)

Seán Quigley: his free-taking provides Fermanagh with a solid foundation. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Presseye/Inpho

Sunday All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 3A Fermanagh v Roscommon Brewster Park, 3.30 Referee: Cormac Reilly (Meath) A first ever championship mee(...)