FERMANAGH SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
BELNALECK V DERRYGONNELLY
Sunday, Belnaleck, 1pm
A late Stephen McGullion polished off an opening day win for champions Derrygonnelly and Belnaleck were reeled in by Erne Gaels. The Harps scored well and could back it with this weekend.
TEEMORE V ERNE GAELS
Sunday, St Mary’s Park, 3.30pm
League champions Erne Gaels finished strong last weekend and Seamus Ryder’s men will hope to take that performance on the road this weekend against the Shamrocks.
Verdict: Erne Gaels
EDERNEY V KINAWLEY
Saturday, St Patrick’s Park, 5pm
Dom Corrigan has steered his native Kinawley in the right direction this season. His sons Tomás and Ruairi were key players last weekend. It will be an interesting trip to Ederney
ROSLEA V ENNISKILLEN
Sunday, Shamrock Park, 6pm
The Gaels were comfortable last weekend and take on a Roslea team on the back of a defeat. Conor Love and Conor McShea hold the keys for a second win.
FERMANAGH INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
MAGUIRESBRIDGE V DEVENISH
Sunday, Páirc na hÓige, 3pm
A star man performance from Fionan O’Brien helped Devenish to victory in their opening game. Maguiresbridge will need help for Ryan Hyde and Daniel Teague this weekend.
DERRYLIN V BELCOO
Sunday, O’Connell Park, 3pm
Two Paul McGrath goals helped Belcoo off to a winning start on Sunday. Derrylin lost both halves in their defeat to Devenish.
ST PATRICK’S DONAGH V TEMPO
Saturday, Louis Leonard Park, 3pm
Both teams had winning starts. Three goals shot last year’s junior winners Donagh over the line, with Oisin Murphy’s goal doing the trick. Something has to give.
IRVINESTOWN V LISNASKEA
Saturday, St Molaise’s Park, 5pm
Irvinestown were undone by a second half goal against Tempo and will look to get back to their fine league form this weekend with Gary Maguire and Ronan Ormsby leading the line up front.