Leitrim staged a mighty comeback in the second half of this game to win by one point.  Conor Kelly scored the winner in injury time to break Fermanagh hearts.  Fermanagh led by 0-7 to 0-1 at half time but Leitrim were playing against a strong wind and the lack of competitive action over the last 4 weekends was evident in their play. Fermanagh were reduced to 14 men in the second half but Leitrim with the aid of the breeze and a much better all round team performance recorded their 3rd win from 4 outings in the Allianz campaign.  Next up is Carlow at home next weekend and promotion prospects are still very much alive.

1 Cathal McCrann – Gortletteragh
2 Dermot Reynolds – Annaduff
3 RonanÓgallagher – Mohill
4 Paddy Maguire – Glencar/Manorhamilton
5 Daniel Beck – Mohill
6 Gary Reynolds – Carrigallen
7 James Glancy – St Marys
8 Tomas Beirne – Eslin
9 Daniel Lowe – St Marys
10 Emlyn Mulligan – Melvin Gaels 0-4 (all frees)
11 Colm Clarke – Drumkeerin
12 Colm Maguire – Aughavas
13 James Glancy (Capt) – Glencar/Manorhamilton
14 Adrian Croal Glencar/- Manorhamilton
15 Conor Kelly – Dromahair 0-2

Subs Conor Beirne for Colm Clarke 0-3 one free, Robert Lowe for Daniel Lowe, Wayne McKeon 0-2 for Daniel Beck, Fergal Clancy for Colm Maguire   

 

 

 

20-Mar-11 by Colette Fox – PRO