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Last updated on Jul 15th, 2020 at 16:36
Scorers for Armagh: Aidan Nugent 1-2, Rian O’Neill 0-4 (one ’45’), Jamie Clarke 1-1 (f), Aidan Forker 1-0, Oisin O’Neill 0-2, Rory Grugan 0-2 (2f), Jarlath Og Burns, Niall Grimley 0-1, Jason Duffy 0-1 each
Scorers for Fermanagh: Eoin McManus 0-4 (3f), Ryan Jones 0-2, James McMahon, Aidan Breen, Ciaran Corrigan, Stephen McGullion 0-1 each
ARMAGH: Blaine Hughes; Paddy Burns, Brendan Donaghy, Aidan Forker; Ryan Kennedy, Stephen Sheridan, Aidan Nugent; Niall Grimley, Oisin O’Neill; Rory Grugan, Stefan Campbell, Mark Shields; Jarlath Og Burns, Rian O’Neill, Jamie Clarke. Subs: Jason Duffy for Campbell (54), Ethan Rafferty for Clarke (62), James Morgan for Burns (62), Greg McCabe for Grugan (66), Aaron McKay for O O’Neill (68)
FERMANAGH: James McGrath; Jonny Cassidy, Niall Cosgrove, Kevin McDonnell; Eoin Shiels, James McMahon, Shane McGullion; Ryan Jones, Richard O’Callaghan; Aidan Breen, Ultan Kelm, Ciaran Corrigan; Stephen McGullion, Eoin McManus, Daragh McGurN. Subs: Declan McCusker for Cosgrove (30), Kane Connor for Cassidy (38), Tomas Corrigan for Shane McGullion (39), Conall Jones for O’Callaghan (45), Tiernan Bogue for Stephen McGullion (55)
Referee: Ciaran Branagan (Down)
Last updated on Apr 2nd, 2020 at 16:27
Cavan – R Galligan; C Madden, P Faulkner (1-0), K Brady; G Smith, C Brady, O Kiernan (0-2); T Galligan (1-1), C Conroy (0-1); E Doughty, G McKiernan (0-5), M Reilly; O Pierson (0-2), J Smith, B Magee. Subs: S Murray for E Doughty, L Fortune for B Magee, R Connolly for O Pierson, B Kelly for C Madden.
Fermanagh – J McGrath; J Cassidy, C Cullen, K McDonnell; D McCusker, R O’Callaghan, J McMahon; E Donnelly, R Jones (0-2); A Breen (0-1), U Kelm (1-0), C Corrigan (0-3); Stephen McGullion, C Jones (0-3), Shane McGullion (0-1). Subs: D McGurn for Stephen McGullion, D Teague for D McCusker, E McManus (0-1) for C Jones, E Shiels for K McDonnell.
Referee – S Hurson.
Last updated on Apr 2nd, 2020 at 14:51
Fermanagh – J McGrath; J Cassidy, C Cullen, K McDonnell; E Shiels, R O’Callaghan, Shane McGullion; E Donnelly (0-1), R Jones (0-1); A Breen (0-1), U Kelm (0-1), C Corrigan (0-3); Stephen McGullion, C Jones (0-6), L McStravick. Subs: D McCusker for L McStravick, D Teague for Shane McGullion, N Cosgrove for E Shiels, E McManus for A Breen.
Roscommon – C Lavin; D Murray, C Daly (0-1), G Patterson; N Daly, B Stack (0-1), E McGrath (0-1); T O’Rourke, S Killoran; N Kilroy (0-2), E Smith, C Lennon; H Darcy (0-1), C McKeon (0-4), C Cregg. Subs: D Smith (0-1) for S Killoran, R Hughes for T O’Rourke, F Cregg (0-1) for C Cregg, D Ruane for H Darcy.
Referee – C Reilly.
Fermanagh will meet Roscommon on Sunday at 2pm in Brewster Park, Enniskillen. We have a preview, team news and betting ahead of the game. We will also be providing updates of the game.
Fermanagh played Kildare in their first round meeting at Newbridge. Fermanagh lost out in that game 2-12 to 0-14. They will certainly be looking for a win here or they could find themselves in trouble even at this early stage. Fermanagh will likely look to Conall Jones, Darren McGurn and Ryan Jones.
Roscommon come into the game on the back of a 2-14 to 2-14 draw against Laois. The Rossies threw the game away in truth as they were six points up going into injury time,
Laois scored two goals in the final few minutes of the game to grab a draw. Anthony Cunningham will be rather disappointed that his side didn’t win. However, Enda Smith and Donie Smith both impressed in the game.
Teams have yet to be announced but here are the sides from last weekend Allianz League games
Roscommon – C Lavin; D Murray, B Stack, G Patterson; P Scott, N Daly R Hughes; T O’Rourke, S Killoran ; N Kilroy , E Smith , F Cregg; D Smith , C McKeon , C Cregg .
Fermanagh: James McGrath; Johnny Cassidy, Che Cullen, Kevin McDonnell, Declan McCusker, Richard O’Callaghan, Shane McGullion, Eoin Donnelly, Ryan Jones , Aidan Breen, Ultan Kelm , Ciaran Corrigan, Stephen McGullion, Conall Jones , Darragh McGurn
Roscommon are 4/7 favourites to win this game. In contrast, Fermanagh managed by Ryan McMenamin are 15/8. I expect this game to go right down to the wire but Roscommon for me should win by 2 or 3 points.