Fermanagh


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Fermanagh

(fəˈmænə)
n
(Placename) a district and historical county of SW Northern Ireland: contains the Upper and Lower Lough Erne. Pop: 58 705 (2003 est). Area (excluding water): 1700 sq km (656 sq miles)

Fer•man•agh

(fərˈmæn ə)

n.
a county in SW Northern Ireland. 51,008; 653 sq. mi. (1691 sq. km).
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CAPTAIN John Paul McGarry dedicated the win to former colleague Shane Mulholland as Fermanagh made their Lory Meagher Cup breakthrough.
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Yet as Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath said afterwards, they wouldn't have looked out of place playing in the Division Two final or even Division One.
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Quigley scored seven points, six coming from wellstruck frees, as Fermanagh followed up their home hammering of Louth with an efficient away win in Sligo.
Munnelly, who has starred in the FBD Connacht League this year, said: "Things are going really well at the moment, I just can't wait for this Fermanagh game.