Fermanagh snatched victory from Donegal with a last-minute goal from super-sub Mark O'Donnell to win by 1-09 to 0-11 in the Ulster SFC. Donegal deserved to win, having dominated the game throughout.
Both sides relied too heavily on the short passing game, with the Fermanagh defence being regularly caught out. Brian Roper and Jim McGuinness played impressively in the opening half, and Donegal went into the break with a 0-7 to 0-5 lead. Donegal twice edged three points clear in the second half but Rory Gallagher kept Fermanagh in the game with his place kicking and by the 64th minute, his seventh score narrowed the margin to a single point. Michael Hegarty then increased Donegal's lead to two points, but then Lisnaskea's Mark O'Donnell cropped up to score the winning goal.
Filed by Greg McKevitt