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Fermanagh’s Cian McManus and Tyrone’s Darren McCurry. Photograph: John McVitty/Inpho

Fermanagh’s Cian McManus has admitted he is open to a new B championship in Gaelic football as long as the GAA gives all counties a shot at provincial(...)

Cavan players celebrate clinching promotion back  to the top flight after the last-gasp win over Tipperary at  Kingspan Breffni Park. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

To Croke Park, then, for the handing down of the first bits of tin of 2018. The Allianz League finals across all four divisions are down for decision(...)

Pete McGrath: “I feel a bit disappointed the way it ended,” said the former Fermanagh manager. Photograph: Presseye/Inpho

Former Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath has admitted that player unrest in the county was the reason for his resignation on Friday. And he revealed that a(...)

Monaghan’s Jack McCarron is challenged by Fermanagh’s Ryan McCluskey during his side’s Ulster Championship win in Clones. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Monaghan 1-20 Fermanagh 1-11 Among the more laudable traits Monaghan have developed during Malachy O’Rourke’s time in charge has been an impressive f(...)

Down’s Aidan Carr attempts a block on Fermanagh’s Che Cullen. Photograph: Inpho

Down 0-10 Fermanagh 1-16 Fermanagh cruised to a nine-point victory over a lacklustre Down in Newry as Peter McGrath’s team looked better in all depar(...)

Galway’s Thomas Flynn celebrates with Damien Comer after scoring the winning goal in the Connacht football semi-final againt Mayo. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

As we left Castlebar three weeks ago, in a state of shock and delirium, my brothers and I were debating just when the Connacht final was fixed for. Af(...)

If Mayo are  going to salvage anything, then the next couple of weeks are the most important all year. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

I had plenty of sympathy for the Kildare and Westmeath players on Sunday having to play their game in Croke Park after the Ireland-France match in the(...)

“I never believed in getting beaten and trying to keep the score down,” says Clare manager Colm Collins. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Something resembling competitive football is expected up in Ballybofey on Sunday. Fermanagh, under their wily manager Pete McGrath, could conceivably (...)

Fermanagh’s Sean Quigley is tackled by Antrim’s Ricky Johnston in yesterday’s GAA Ulster senior football championship first round clash in Brewster Park, Enniskillen. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho/Presseye

There is no turning back now. The sprawling summer extravaganza of the GAA All-Ireland football championship began in earnest this weekend and already(...)

Fermanagh’s Cameron McBride in action against Antrim on Sunday. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

Fermanagh 1-12 Antrim 0-9 In the 29th minute, Tomas Corrigan took a sideline ball near the end-line in front of the John Vesey stand, eyed the posts (...)

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