Bradley slotted over a couple of early points to get Tyrone’s challenge going, and Fermanagh missed a penalty, Eoin McCaffrey striking a post in the sixth minute. Mark Kavanagh fired over four superb long-range points from play to put the home side in control. And they shot the final six points of the half, with hard-working pair Conor Meyler and Ruairi Sludden also on target.
Eddie Courtney converted a handful of scores, but Tyrone stretched their advantage with another volley of scores from midfielder Cathal McShane and three from sub Lee Brennan.
* The Ulster U21 FC game between Armagh and Antrim was called off due to floodlight failure and has been refixed for Sunday.
M Kavanagh 0-4, M Bradley, C McShane (1f), L Brennan 0-3 each, K McGeary, C Meyler, R Sludden, D McNulty (f) 0-1 each
E Courtney 0-5 (5f), S McManus, T McCaffrey 0-1 each.
S Fox, R Mullan, P Hampsey, F McGarrity, C McLaughlin, R Brennan, K McGeary, F Burns, C McShane, C Meyler, M Kavanagh, M Walsh, M Bradley, D McNulty, R Sludden.
S McKenna for McNulty (38), L Brennan (0-3) for Sludden (42), R McGlone for Walsh (50), R Kelly for Brennan (52), C Byrne for Mullan (59), D Kavanagh for McShane (BC, 60)
P Sweeney, S Mimna, J Allen, C McManus, C Corrigan, J McMahon, T O’Hara, P Rehill, T Clarke, G McKenna, C McAuley, S McManus, T McCaffrey, E Courtney, E McManus.
D Greene for O’Hara (h-t), A McGoldrick for Clarke (44), R Maguire for McKenna (46), P Murphy for McAuley (52).