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Dr McKenna Cup: Fermanagh 2-12 Queen's 0-9

Published 16/01/2012

Fermanagh produced some great football, especially in the second half, as they swept Queen's aside at Brewster Park.

Peter Canavan watched his side swoop for two second-half goals to put the game beyond doubt.

Seamus Quigley scored 1-8 for the second week in a row and hit six points in the first half, five coming from placed balls. Daryl Keenan and Pat Cadden also grabbed impressive points.

Fermanagh were much the better team throughout and Paul Ward made his presence felt in the second half with a goal and a point.

SCORERS - Fermanagh: Seamus Quigley 1-8 (7f), P Ward 1-1, P Cadden 0-2 (1f) D Keenan, J Woods 0-1 each. Queen's: D O'Hare 0-5 (4f), J Kielt 0-2 (1f), R Jones, G Jordan 0-1 each.

FERMANAGH - C Breen; N Bogue, B Owens, J Woods; C Quigley, R McCluskey, D Cassidy; E Donnelly, S Lyons; P Cosgrove, D Keenan, L Lynch; P Cadden, Seamus Quigley, Sean Quigley. Subs: M Little for Lynch (h-t), B Mulrone for Cassidy (h-t), K Connor for McCluskey (52), D Kille for Sean Quigley (65).

QUEEN'S - M Jackson; N McGovern, S Warnock, O Costello; T Hanna, B Cox, P McGuigan; R Jones, A Murnin; M Sweeney, J Kielt, G Jordan; D O'Hare, E Clarke, C Rafferty. Subs: S Burke for Clarke (h-t), PD Savage for Jordan (42), C Sheerin for Kielt (50).

REF - P Hughes (Armagh).

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