Fermanagh have a mountain to climb, says former manager Dominic Corrigan

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Former Fermanagh manager Dominic Corrigan believes Fermanagh have a mountain to climb if they are to overcome Donegal in Sunday’s Ulster championship quarter-final.
Dominic, who has two sons – Tomas and Ruairi – on the Fermanagh panel says the big factor is Donegal’s experience and championship pedigree.
He believes Fermanagh’s task is even harder because it will be in played in Ballybofey.
But he told Highland Radio’s GAA correspondent Tom Comack that Fermanagh are looking forward to the challenge…

 
 

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