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For more information on Fermanagh GAA see: Fermanagh Senior Club Football Championship or Fermanagh Senior Club Hurling Championship.


The Fermanagh County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) ( ) or Fermanagh GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Irelandmarker. The county board is also responsible for the Fermanagh inter-county teams

History

Fermanagh has the smallest number of clubs of any county in Ireland, and is the only county in Ulster to have never won the Ulster Senior Football Championship.Despite this there is a strong GAA tradition in the county, which went largely unrewarded until the remarkable achievement of the 2004 team in reaching the All Ireland semi-final and forcing the match to a replay.

Fragments of a poem from 1806 describe a football match between Louth and Fermanagh at Inniskeen, Co Monaghan.

Fermanagh beat Cavan in the 1914 Ulster semi-final and were nominated by the Ulster Council to play against Wexford in the All-Ireland semi-final. Because the train schedules did not allow them to get back for Sunday night, and the Great Northern Railway Company refused to run a special train because they were opposed to sport on Sunday, Fermanagh had to abdicate the responsibility to Monaghan, who later beat them in the Ulster final anyway.

One of Ulster's great footballers, Armagh-born Jim McCullough, played for Fermanagh in the mid-1930s and helped them reach the 1935 Ulster final and 1936 National League final.

Peter McGinnity was the outstanding player of the under-21 team which reached two All Ireland finals and defeated Derry and Tyrone to reach the 1982 Ulster final, Despite a Peter McGinnity goal that put them in the lead with 20 minutes remaining, they lost 0-10 to 1-4 to Armagh. Since 1982 Fermanagh have reached 5 semi-finals in the Ulster Championship; beating Derry in 2008 and joining Armagh in the final. That game was played on July 20, 2008, a closely fought game finishing in a draw after normal time. Armagh eventually ran out winners by 6 points in the replayed game on July 27. Fermanagh remain the only county in the province without an Anglo-Celt Cup win.

Under manager Pat King, they managed a hat-trick of success in 1997 in the B Championship, McKenna Cup and Division 4 of the National League.

Fermanagh are a beneficiary of the change to the GAA championship in the 2000s. In 2003 they beat Donegal in the Ulster championship, then Meath and Mayo in the All Ireland qualifiers to reach the quarter-final. They went to a replayed semi-final in 2004, beating Meath, Cork and Donegal and most memorably of all Armagh, thanks to a late point by Tom Brewster, before losing to Mayo. In 2006 despite running All-Ireland favourites Armagh close twice in the Ulster Championship, Fermanagh yet again ended the season without a trophy after losing out to neighbours Donegal in the fourth round of the Qualifiers. The 2007 season saw Fermanagh lose their National League Division one status having failed to register a single point from the seven match campaign. They performed quite well in the championship however, only losing by an injury-time point to Tyrone in Ulster. They defeated Wexford (for the second consecutive season) in the first round of the all-Ireland qualifiers. However, they were unable to record a third win in four seasons over Meath in Navan in July, losing narrowly by two points despite dominating the latter stages. Charlie Mulgrew, manager for four seasons, stood down after this match. He was succeeded by Malachy O'Rourke.

Honours | Onóraigh

Football







Hurling



  • All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championships: 1
    • 1994


  • All-Ireland Minor C Championships: 1
    • 2009


All Stars

1982 Peter McGinnity

2004 Barry Owens, Martin McGrath

2006 Barry Owens

Football/Hurling Clubs in Fermanagh | Na gClub Fhear Manach


Club As Gaelige Colours Dathí
Aughdrumsee Átha Droim Sí Black and White Dubh agus Bán
Belcoo Béal Cú Light Blue and Navy Gorm agus Cabhlach
Belnaleck Béal na Leice Red and White Dearg agus Bán
Brookeborough Achadh Lun Red and Black Dearg agus Dubh
Coa An Cuach Black and Gold Dubh agus Ór
Derrygonnelly Doire Ó gConaile Purple and Yellow Corcra agus Buí
Derrylin Doire Ó Loinn Green, White and Gold Glas, Bán agus Ór
Devenish Daibhinis Blue and White Gorm agus Bán
Enniskillen Inis Ceithleann Blue and Yellow Gorm agus Buí
Erne Gaels Gaeil na hÉirne Yellow and Black Buí agus Dubh
Irvinestown Na Cearna Green and Gold Glas agus Ór
Kinawley Cill Naile Blue and White Gorm agus Bán
Knocks Na Cnoic Orange and White Oráiste agus Bán
Lisbellaw (Hurling) Lios Béal Átha Green and White Glas agus Bán
Lisnaskea Lios na Scéithe Red and Green Dearg agus Glas
Lisnaskea (Hurling) Lios na Scéithe White, Green and Red Bán, Glas agus Dearg
Maguiresbridge Droichead Mhic Uidhir Red and Black Dearg agus Dubh
Newtownbutler An Baile Nua Red and White Dearg agus Bán
Roslea Ros Liath Green and White Glas agus Bán
St Joseph's (Ederney) Naomh Seosamh White and Green Bán agus Glas
St Patrick's (Donagh) Naomh Pádraig White and Red Bán agus Dearg
Teemore An Tigh Mór Green and White Glas agus Bán
Tempo An tIompú Maroon and White Marún agus Bán


Notable Players

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Current Squad

Fermanagh panel which lost to Cavan 1-9 0-13 in the Ulster Championship 1st Round 2009

Number Player Position Local Club
1 Chris Breen Goalkeeper Enniskillen Gaels
2 Niall Bogue Right Corner Back Kinawleymarker
3 Shane Lyons Full Back Erne Gaels
4 Hugh Brady Left Corner Back Teemoremarker
5 Ryan McCluskey Right Half Back Enniskillen Gaels
6 Shane McDermott Centre Back St Patrick's
7 Tommy McElroy Left Half Back Brookeboro
8 Martin McGrath Midfield St.Joseph's
9 James Sherry Midfield Rosleamarker
10 Ryan Keenan Right Half Forward Tempo
11 Ciaran McElroy Centre Forward Ballinascreenmarker
12 Mark Little Left Half Forward Lisnaskeamarker
13 Darryl Keenan Right Corner Forward Tempo
14 Ryan Carson Full Forward Newtownbutlermarker
15 Eamonn Maguire Left Half Forward St Patricks
Substitutes
Ronan Gallagher Goalkeeper St Galls
Peter Sherry Defender Rosleamarker
Barry Owens Defender Teemoremarker
Paul Johnston Defender Newtownbutlermarker
Damien Kelly Defender Tempo
Rory Foy Defender Tempo
Michael Jones Defender Derrygonnellymarker
' Shane Goan Defender Irvinestownmarker
Liam McBarron Midfield Kilmacud Crokesmarker
Enda Ferris Forward St.Joseph's
Daniel Kille Forward Lisnaskeamarker
Shane O'Brien Forward Erne Gaels
Ciaran O'Reilly Forward Teemoremarker
Pat Cadden Forward St Patrick's
Darren McQuaid Forward Coa
Mark Murphy Midfield Derrylinmarker
Management Team
Malachy O'Rourke Manager Derrylinmarker
Paul Coyle Selector Devenish
Peter Leonard Selector St Patrick's
Leo McBride Selector Errigal Ciaran


References

  1. BBC SPORT | Northern Ireland | Gaelic Games | O'Rourke is new Fermanagh manager


External links



Fermanagh GAA
Affiliated Clubs
Aghadrumsee -Belcoo -Belnaleck -Brookeborough -Coa -Derrygonnelly -Derrylin -Devenish -Enniskillen -Erne Gaels -Irvinestown -Kinawley -Knocks -Lisbellaw -Lisnaskea -Maguiresbridge -Newtownbutler -Roslea -St Joseph's -St Patrick's -Teemore -Tempo



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