FERMANAGH SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP STAGES ROUND THREE
TEEMORE V BELNALECK
Saturday, Lisnaskea, 5.30pm
BARRY Owen’s Teemore face a must-win clash against Belnaleck this weekend. On paper, Belnaleck are favourites but they’re also under pressure as the best result they’ve had to date is a draw against Erne Gaels.
DERRYGONNELLY V ERNE GAELS
Saturday, Devenish, 5.30pm
DERRYGONNELLY are in great form and anything other than a defeat this weekend will see them top their group. Erne Gaels are second in the table following their win over Teemore so they’re in a good position themselves.
EDERNEY V ROSLEA
Saturday, Donagh, 5.30pm
IT’S been a tough championship for both these teams. Neither team can claim a semi-final berth at this stage, but they’ll be determined to avoid a place in the relegation play-offs. It would be a big surprise if Ederney lose, even if they’ve had a poor campaign.
KINAWLEY V ENNISKILLEN
Saturday, Tempo, 5.30pm
BOTH these teams are sitting pretty heading into the final round of group stage matches as they’ve won both their matches to date. This is a toss of a coin, but bigger battles lay ahead for both teams.
FERMANAGH INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP STAGES ROUND THREE
DEVENISH V BELCOO
Sunday, Derrygonnelly, 3pm
DEVENISH moved two points clear at the top of their group heading into their final round robin game with a win over Maguiresbridge. Belcoo can still qualify, but they simply have to win.
IRVINESTOWN V ST PATRICK’S DONAGH
SUNDAY, EDERNEY, 3PM
DIVISION Two champions Irvinestown would love to win a league and championship double, but there’s a chance they’ll need to win this one to advance to the knock-out rounds. St Pat’s are in much the same position so this should be a belter.
TEMPO V LISNASKEA
Sunday, Kinawley, 3pm
TEMPO are in pole position in their group and have already qualified for the knock-out rounds. Lisnaskea are bottom but they still have something to play for as they’ve a slim chance of avoiding the relegation play-offs.
FERMANAGH JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL
AGHADRUMSEE V NEWTOWNBUTLER
Friday, Brewster Park, 8pm
AGHADRUMSEE and Newtownbutler will duke it out for a place in the Fermanagh Junior Championship final. The former were full value for their quarter-final win over Brookeborough, while Newtownbutler dismantled Coa with a 20-point victory. This one should be closer though.
FERMANAGH JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL
Brookeborough v Coa
Saturday, Brewster Park, 8pm
A SECOND bite of the cherry for both these sides. Brookeborough lost out in an earlier quarter-final clash against Aghadrumsee, while Coa were thumped by Newtownbutler. Both teams will fancy their chances here.