Corrigan happy to use old clíche

February 13, 2019

Fermanagh's Ciaran Corrigan celebrates after his side's Ulster SFC semi-final victory over Monaghan at Healy Park, Omagh.
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Fermanagh defender Ciaran Corrigan has no qualms about stating that they are taking the NFL 2 campaign, one game at a time.

The Erne County picked up their first win of the campaign when they defeated Kildare at Brewster Park last Saturday night.

Rory Gallagher’s charges remain unbeaten in the league having recorded two draws before last weekend’s victory.

This means they are second in the table heading into the break, but Corrigan is not looking too far down the road as Donegal is the next target.

“We haven’t thought about Donegal in the league at all, cliched as it sounds, we’re taking it one game at a time,” Corrigan told the Fermanagh Herald..

“Bookies were saying we were favourites to go down, but we’re sitting well up the table now. We’ll go down to Letterkenny and I’m sure we will be underdogs again, but we’ll give it our best shot and hopefully we can get a win and push on again.”

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