Derrygonnelly delight in Fermanagh final

Derrygonnelly Harps 3-9 Roslea Shamrocks 1-7

Derrygonnelly Harps captured their third Fermanagh SFC title in an historic first Erne County decider under floodlights at Brewster Park, Enniskillen tonight.

This game was keenly-contested in the opening quarter, but goals from Paul Ward and Niall Byrnes inside the closing 10 minutes of the first half ensured a 2-5 to 0-4 interval lead.

Harps pushed 12 points clear on the restart thanks to a Kevin Cassidy goal, and although Seamus Quigley netted a 43rd minute goal for Roslea, nothing could halt Harps from powering to the title..

Scorers - Derrygonnelly Harps: P Ward 1-2, R Jones 0-4, N Byrnes, K Cassidy 1-0 each, Neil Gallagher, D Feely, K McGrath 0-1 each

Roslea Shamrocks: S Quigley 1-5, R McGuinness, J Sherry 0-1 each

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