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We've given ourselves a headache but we have to put things right in Division 2, says Fermagh ace Ciaran Corrigan


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Twin aim: Ciaran Corrigan hopes Fermanagh can stay in Division 2 and do well in Ulster

Twin aim: Ciaran Corrigan hopes Fermanagh can stay in Division 2 and do well in Ulster

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Ryan McMenamin

Ryan McMenamin

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Twin aim: Ciaran Corrigan hopes Fermanagh can stay in Division 2 and do well in Ulster

Ciaran Corrigan may play his club football with St Mary's, Maguiresbridge in the relative lowlands of Division Two in the Fermanagh All-County League but that has not stopped him from making a smooth transition to the high plains of inter-county fare.

And while his immediate target is to see Maguiresbridge take a step up into Division One, the 24-year-old is prepared to help shoulder a dual burden when inter-county action resumes in October.

Not only will Ryan McMenamin's side strive to avoid making the drop into Division Three when they face Clare and Laois in their two outstanding league ties, but they must also confront Down in the Ulster Championship quarter-finals.