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Games 16th - 19th April 2015

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Fixtures:

Thursday, 16 April

Feile na nOg Quarterfinals @1830
Lisnaskea v Newtownbutler, Venue: Donagh, Ref: Karol Bradshaw
Devenish v Enniskillen, Venue: Belcoo, Ref: Nigel Sweeney
Tempo v Teemore, Venue: Lisnaskea, Ref: John Crudden
Derrygonnelly v Irvinestown, Venue: Brewster Park, Ref: Dermott Love

Saturday, 18 April

U14 Football League Section A Round 6 @16:00
Irvinestown v Derrygonnelly, Ref: Paul Campbell
Kinawley v Enniskillen, Ref: John Murphy
Teemore v Newtownbutler, Ref: Philip O'Connor

U14 Football League Section B Round 6 @16:00
Donagh v Brookeboro, Ref: Martin Higgins
Belnaleck v Belleek, Ref: Oisin Mahon
Devenish v Derrylin, Ref: Nigel Sweeney
Tempo v Belcoo, Ref: Daire O'Cathain

Junior Football League Division 1 Round 5 @18:30
Roslea v Lisnaskea, Ref: Dermott Love
Newtownbutler v Aghadrumsee, Ref: Shane McGoldrick
Donagh v Derrygonnelly, Ref: John Crudden
Kinawley v Devenish, Ref: James Carey
Teemore v Tempo, Ref: Oliver Mc Shea

Junior Football League Division 2 Round 5 @18:30
Derrylin v Irvinestown, Ref: Karol Bradshaw
Belleek v Belnaleck, Ref: Gerard Gallagher
Belcoo v Ederney, Ref: Mark Curry
Brookeboro v Enniskillen, Ref: Barry Monaghan


Sunday, 19 April

Senior Football League Division 1 Round 2 @15:30
Lisnaskea v Belcoo, Ref: James Lewis
Derrygonnelly v Ederney, Ref: Ferghal Cleary
Tempo v Roslea, Ref: Gerard McLaughlin
Maguiresbridge v Donagh, Ref: Noel Davis
Devenish v Belleek, Ref: Martin Higgins

Senior Football League Division 2 (Phase 1) Round 2 @15:30
Coa v Enniskillen, Ref: John McGauran
Aghadrumsee v Brookeboro, Ref: Nigel Sweeney
Derrylin v Newtownbutler, Ref: Eugene McDonagh
Kinawley v Belnaleck, Ref: Joseph Corcoran
Teemore v Irvinestown, Ref: Niall Cullen

IrvinestownMkII (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1383 - 14/04/2015 21:58:01    1714318

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Senior Football League Division 1 Round 2 @15:30
Lisnaskea v Belcoo, (BELCOO WIN)
Derrygonnelly v Ederney, (DERRYGONNELLY WIN)
Tempo v Roslea, (ROSLEA WIN)
Maguiresbridge v Donagh, (MAGUIRESBRIDGE WIN)
Devenish v Belleek, (DRAW)

Senior Football League Division 2 (Phase 1) Round 2 @15:30
Coa v Enniskillen, (ENNISKILLEN WIN)
Aghadrumsee v Brookeboro, (AGHADRUMSEE WIN)
Derrylin v Newtownbutler, (NEWTOWNBUTLER WIN)
Kinawley v Belnaleck, (KINAWLEY WIN)
Teemore v Irvinestown, (TEEMORE WIN)

Seamus86 (Fermanagh) - Posts: 24 - 16/04/2015 11:09:58    1714727

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Senior Football League Division 1 Round 2 @15:30
Lisnaskea v Belcoo, (BELCOO WIN)
Derrygonnelly v Ederney, (Draw)
Tempo v Roslea, (ROSLEA WIN)
Maguiresbridge v Donagh, (Draw WIN)
Devenish v Belleek, (Devenish)

Senior Football League Division 2 (Phase 1) Round 2 @15:30
Coa v Enniskillen, (ENNISKILLEN WIN)
Aghadrumsee v Brookeboro, (AGHADRUMSEE WIN)
Derrylin v Newtownbutler, (Draw)
Kinawley v Belnaleck, (KINAWLEY WIN)
Teemore v Irvinestown, (TEEMORE WIN)

Sorry for sitting on the fence but I think there are a few tight games this weekeend!

BigBallerSize5 (Fermanagh) - Posts: 61 - 16/04/2015 12:44:39    1714763

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Senior Football League Division 1 Round 2 @15:30
Lisnaskea v Belcoo, Ref: James Lewis - Belcoo win, worrying loss for Skea last week.
Derrygonnelly v Ederney, Ref: Ferghal Cleary - Derrygonnelly win, both teams depleted. McGraths sending off last week could prove pivotal.
Tempo v Roslea, Ref: Gerard McLaughlin - Roslea win, they seem to have more quality to call upon
Maguiresbridge v Donagh, Ref: Noel Davis - Donagh win. Bridge impressive despite opening day loss, however impressive displays get you nothing in division 1.
Devenish v Belleek, Ref: Martin Higgins - Devenish win. Devenish always beat Belleek, enough said.

Senior Football League Division 2 (Phase 1) Round 2 @15:30
Coa v Enniskillen, Ref: John McGauran - Enniskillen win, young players finally seem to be stepping up to the mark.
Aghadrumsee v Brookeboro, Ref: Nigel Sweeney - Brookeboro win, they will be confident mood after opening day win
Derrylin v Newtownbutler, Ref: Eugene McDonagh - Draw game, Derrylin will want to bounce back after disapointing opening defeat
Kinawley v Belnaleck, Ref: Joseph Corcoran - Kinawley victory here, if they have aspects of going back up this should be a walkover
Teemore v Irvinestown, Ref: Niall Cullen - Teemore win, however i think this will be a close affair.

sidelinecut40 (Fermanagh) - Posts: 69 - 17/04/2015 13:16:32    1715072

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Results:

Senior Football League Division 1 Round 2
Lisnaskea 1-7 Belcoo 0-13
Derrygonnelly 0-5 Ederney 1-7
Tempo 1-14 Roslea 2-7
Maguiresbridge 0-14 Donagh 1-6
Devenish 1-10 Belleek 2-17

Senior Football League Division 2 (Phase 1) Round 2
Coa 0-4 Enniskillen 3-16
Aghadrumsee 3-11 Brookeboro 2-8
Derrylin 2-6 Newtownbutler 1-10
Teemore 2-13 Irvinestown 0-8
Kinawley 1-7 Belnaleck 1-11

Junior Football League Division 1 Round 5
Roslea 1-11 Lisnaskea 1-4
Newtownbutler Aghadrumsee CONC
Donagh 2-5 Derrygonnelly 0-8
Kinawley 2-10 Devenish 3-10
Teemore 3-9 Tempo 0-14

Junior Football League Division 2 Round 5
Derrylin 2-10 Irvinestown 3-9
Belcoo 6-14 Ederney 3-4
Brookeboro 0-7 Enniskillen 2-10

IrvinestownMkII (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1383 - 19/04/2015 18:31:51    1715500

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Kinawley wins all around lads? Wrong.

Love_Leckers (Fermanagh) - Posts: 342 - 19/04/2015 20:20:45    1715538

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A walk over they say! Don't give up the day jobs lads

mr_gaa1 (Fermanagh) - Posts: 242 - 19/04/2015 20:30:54    1715543

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League tables:

Senior Football League Division 1
Position Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
1 Ederney 2 2 0 0 22 15 4
2 Belcoo 2 2 0 0 23 17 4
3 Devenish 2 1 0 1 41 29 2
4 Derrygonnelly 2 1 0 1 21 13 2
5 Roslea 2 1 0 1 32 28 2
6 Maguiresbridge 2 1 0 1 24 21 2
7 Belleek 2 1 0 1 34 32 2
8 Tempo 2 1 0 1 24 23 2
9 Lisnaskea 2 0 0 2 13 29 0
10 Donagh 2 0 0 2 15 42 0

Senior Football League Division 2 (Phase 1)
Position Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
1 Enniskillen 2 2 0 0 41 13 4
2 Teemore Shamrocks 2 2 0 0 35 19 4
3 Belnaleck 2 2 0 0 25 19 4
4 Aghadrumsee 2 1 0 1 29 25 2
5 Kinawley 2 1 0 1 22 23 2
6 Brookeborough 2 1 0 1 26 29 2
7 Newtownbutler 2 1 0 1 24 28 2
8 Derrylin 2 0 0 2 21 29 0
9 Irvinestown 2 0 0 2 17 31 0
10 Coa 2 0 0 2 13 37 0

Junior Football League Division 1
Position Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
1 Teemore 4 4 0 0 70 49 8
2 Derrygonnelly 4 3 0 1 42 23 6
3 Newtownbutler 4 3 0 1 46 37 6
4 Devenish 4 3 0 1 49 49 6
5 Donagh 4 2 0 2 44 28 4
6 Tempo 4 1 1 2 29 34 3
7 Lisnaskea 4 1 1 2 38 48 3
8 Kinawley 4 1 0 3 49 62 2
9 Roslea 4 1 0 3 31 45 2
10 Aghadrumsee 4 0 0 4 12 35 0

Junior Football League Division 2
Position Team Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Points
1 Enniskillen 4 3 0 1 68 39 6
2 Maguiresbridge 3 3 0 0 45 29 6
3 Belcoo 3 1 0 2 57 58 2
4 Belleek 3 1 0 2 30 31 2
5 Brookeborou 2 1 0 1 7 16 2
6 Irvinestown 2 1 0 1 26 35 2
7 Ederney 3 1 0 2 38 51 2
8 Belnaleck 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Derrylin 2 0 0 2 20 32 0

IrvinestownMkII (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1383 - 19/04/2015 20:49:12    1715553

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Match reports

A few match reports from division 1 SFL today per Fermanagh GAA PRO...

Maguiresbridge 0-14 v St Pats 1-6 = Maguiresbridge seen a deserved victory in their first home fixture in Division One with a five point win over St Pats. The early starters were actually the Donagh men who went into a 1-1 v 0-2 lead thanks to a goal from Ryan Kelly. The 'Bridge however chipped away constantly with points from Andrew Breslin, Matthew Teague, Sean Corrigan and Ciaran Corrigan versus scores for St Pats from Pat Cadden and Joe Cadden seeing them go in with a half time lead of 0-9 v 1-3. The second half seen a greater level of dominance with Maguiresbridge winning the breaks off Ryan Hyde at midfield and working up a lead of 0-12 v 1-3 until a pointed free from Pat Cadden of Donagh, a full half hour from their last score pulled one back. However Maguiresbridge continued to steadily tag on points from Sean Corrigan, Matthew Teague and Danny Teague. Some late pressure from St Pats seen a couple of goalmouth flurries with line clearance from defender Diarmaid Russell ensuring they were unable to get the sought after goal although they tagged on points from Pat Cadden and Gary Maguire.

Lisnaskea 1-7 v Belcoo 0-13 = Belcoo were to make it two wins from two outings as they traveled to Lisnaskea and returned winners by three points. The O'Rahilly's always held their opponents at arms length from the mid point in the first half to the very end.
Two early Jonathan Feeley points were wiped out by a Lisnaskea goal from Garbhan McManus. By half time Belcoo led 0-9 to 1-3. Feely had hit four more, Brian Cox, James McGrath and Barry McGovern also on target. For Lisnaskea Sean Keenan had 2, one a well struck 45 and Niall McElroy.
In the 2nd half McElroy got Skea to within two but that was as close as they got as the sides traded points. Feeley 3 more and Matthew McAloon for Belcoo.
Keenan and Stephen Phair had scored points before Keenan knocked over a stoppage time free to end the game with Belcoo victors by 3 points.

Derrygonnelly 0-5 v Ederney 1-7 = Mark Henry's Ederney side made it two wins from two at a sun drenched Canon Maguire Park on Sunday.
The Ederney side led 0-4 to 0-2 at half time with some wasteful shooting from Derrygonnelly costing the home side.
Into the second half Ederneys Peter Gormley done well to get away from his man before coolly slotting in Darren McCusker for the only goal of the game.
Derrygonnelly had further second half points from Paul Ward and Gary McKenna but Ederney always held the upper hand with Paul Gallogley, Darren McCusker and the excellent Peter Gormley all adding to their sides tally.

IrvinestownMkII (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1383 - 19/04/2015 21:50:46    1715586

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Interesting Opening 2 games. Roslea in a bit of a muddle with no Management. Ederney On the rise under Mark Henry. Think it will be between the Bridge, Skea and Donagh who will go down. Skea and St Pats seem to be in bad shape at the minute, while the bridge will find it hard as the year wears on. Especially when hurling starts

manowar (Fermanagh) - Posts: 147 - 20/04/2015 10:51:38    1715667

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