CAPTAIN John Paul McGarry dedicated the win to former colleague Shane Mulholland as Fermanagh
made their Lory Meagher Cup breakthrough.
flop of 2004 will torture Joe Kernan until his dying day.
Mark O'Donnell managed an injury-time goal for Fermanagh
, just as he did in the replay win over Donegal a month ago.
He kept Antrim in touch and Fermanagh
were only two points ahead, 0-10 to 0-8, on the hour mark.
Maughan said: "We really got the luck last Sunday against Fermanagh
But back to back scores from Fermanagh
centre-forward James Sherry spearheaded a Fermanagh
blitz which was to see them register five scores without reply.
It is touch and go with Eoin," revealed Fermanagh
PRO Pauric McGurn last night.
Daithi Regan got Meath on the scoreboard with a second minute point but Fermanagh
hit back with scores from Mark Little (0-2) and Stephen Maguire to lead 0-3 to 0-2.
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.
The race for second is much more interesting with Armagh best placed to progress, though Leitrim and Fermanagh
are also on two points.
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