Foster meets Fermanagh GAA team ahead of Ulster final
Arlene Foster wished her neighbours all the best in the final.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has met members of the Fermanagh GAA team ahead of the Ulster county final against Donegal next weekend.
She enjoyed a “lovely welcome” from the team and management during Saturday evening’s encounter at the luxury Lough Erne resort near Enniskillen.
The Fermanagh and South Tyrone Assembly member wished her neighbours all the best in the final.
Pleased to wish my neighbours in @FermanaghGAA all the best for the Ulster Final. I might not have had many tips for them - but a lovely welcome from the team and management . . . It’s Fermanagh’s year. https://t.co/5fSpMVhaXY— Arlene Foster (@DUPleader) June 16, 2018
She said: “I might not have had many tips for them – but a lovely welcome from the team and management.
“It’s Fermanagh’s year.”
In 2012 former DUP leader and first minister Peter Robinson attended
a McKenna Cup GAA final between Tyrone and Derry with Martin McGuinness.
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