Fermanagh, having reached their first Ulster final in a decade last summer, are on course for promotion to Division 1 of the Allianz Football League should they maintain form in the final two games. 

Things are also looking up at underage. On Monday, St Michael's of Enniskillen, one of only six secondary schools in the county, will contest the McRory Cup final against Omagh CBS, with an all-Fermanagh team.

The county is not blessed in terms of population and tradition. One of the smallest counties in the country, they are one of only two counties - Wicklow being the other - not to win a provincial football title at senior level. 

And yet, they are turning their weaknesses into advantages.

"We know all our players I suppose. We have a togetherness which can be an advantage over another county," county board chairman Greg Kelly told RTÉ Sport.

In the 21st century, they have often punched above their weight, reaching an All-Ireland semi-final in 2004 and an All-Ireland quarter-final as recently as 2015.

In the 2019 league, they are one of only four counties who remain unbeaten across all four divisions. Should they hold firm and win their final two games, they will secure a second successive promotion and will sit at the top table in 2020. 

RTÉ GAA correspondent Marty Morrissey visited the county to witness Fermanagh's work at underage level firsthand.