Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher admits that they are not getting enough scores in games.
Last weekend, they drew with Tipperary 2-05 apiece, while the week before against Cork, Gallagher’s charges managed just 0-08 in another draw against the Rebels.
The former Donegal manager stressed to the Fermanagh Herald that it was an area that they are working on and keen to improve.
“Look, we’re not happy with our scoring return, 100 per cent. We feel we should have been walking away from Thurles with 2-11 or 2-12, but we’re just going to put the heads down and work really hard to try and get better at it,” said Gallagher.
Fermanagh have the chance to work on that scoring return when they host Kildare in the third round of the NFL 2 campaign at Brewster Park on Saturday night.Tweet