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FERMANAGH SENIOR COUNTY SQUAD 2020

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Here are most of if not all the county senior squad from the past season plus a number of potential players that could be added to the squad for the 2020 season. Therefore, the new Fermanagh manager, Ryan McMenamin (Dromore) along with his management team, Joe McMahon (Omagh) and Paul McIver (Ballinderry) will be reviewing their chosen squad. It will be interesting to see who they will keep, bring back or introduce as new to the squad, so here are players for consideration:
James McGrath
Thomas Treacy
Lee Cullen
Che Cullen
Tiarnan Daly
Jonathan Cassidy
Declan McCusker
James McMahon
Aidan Breen
Ryan Jones
Eoin Donnelly
Ultan Kelm
Garvan Jones
Conall Jones
Paul McCusker
Darragh McGurn
Sean Quilgey
Ciaran Corrigan
Barry Mulrone
Richard O'Callaghan
Ryan Lyons
Kane Connor
Daniel Teague
Cian McManus
Ruairi Corrigan
Kevin McDonnell
Enda Ferris
Conor McGee
Tomas Clarke
Cian McManus
Tomas Corrigan
Potential new recruits:
Stephen McGullion - Derrygonnelly
Gary McKenna - Derrygonnelly
Eoin Beacom - Enniskillen
Daire O'Cathain - Kinawley
James Allen - Kinawley
Eoin McManus - Teemore
Sean Cassidy - Ederney
Mark McCauley - Ederney
Finbar Gillen - Ederney
Edward Courtney - Aghadrumsee
Darragh McBrien - Belnaleck
Daniel Leonard - Derrylin
James Duffy - Irvinestown
Jason Flanagan - Newtownbulter
Tiarnan Bogue - Tempo
Rory McCaffery - Tempo

erneboy (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1227 - 18/10/2019 10:31:18    2244191

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Replying To erneboy:  "Here are most of if not all the county senior squad from the past season plus a number of potential players that could be added to the squad for the 2020 season. Therefore, the new Fermanagh manager, Ryan McMenamin (Dromore) along with his management team, Joe McMahon (Omagh) and Paul McIver (Ballinderry) will be reviewing their chosen squad. It will be interesting to see who they will keep, bring back or introduce as new to the squad, so here are players for consideration:
James McGrath
Thomas Treacy
Lee Cullen
Che Cullen
Tiarnan Daly
Jonathan Cassidy
Declan McCusker
James McMahon
Aidan Breen
Ryan Jones
Eoin Donnelly
Ultan Kelm
Garvan Jones
Conall Jones
Paul McCusker
Darragh McGurn
Sean Quilgey
Ciaran Corrigan
Barry Mulrone
Richard O'Callaghan
Ryan Lyons
Kane Connor
Daniel Teague
Cian McManus
Ruairi Corrigan
Kevin McDonnell
Enda Ferris
Conor McGee
Tomas Clarke
Cian McManus
Tomas Corrigan
Potential new recruits:
Stephen McGullion - Derrygonnelly
Gary McKenna - Derrygonnelly
Eoin Beacom - Enniskillen
Daire O'Cathain - Kinawley
James Allen - Kinawley
Eoin McManus - Teemore
Sean Cassidy - Ederney
Mark McCauley - Ederney
Finbar Gillen - Ederney
Edward Courtney - Aghadrumsee
Darragh McBrien - Belnaleck
Daniel Leonard - Derrylin
James Duffy - Irvinestown
Jason Flanagan - Newtownbulter
Tiarnan Bogue - Tempo
Rory McCaffery - Tempo"
Pretty nice list, can't really think of many more suitable players in the county!

Would love to see some of that Hogan cup winning side training with the seniors, no need to play them but get them in the county mindset.

allfermanagh (Fermanagh) - Posts: 66 - 18/10/2019 10:58:49    2244198

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Kildare H, Roscommon A, ,Westmeath A, Cavan H, Armagh H, Clare A , Laois H
Great to see the league fixtures out also and 4 home games,though with 2 ulster derbies Division 2 will be another huge scrap,especially if Tier 2 is voted in tomorrow based on 2020 league standings.

Good to see posters suggesting players for the 2020 panel,some hope with the hogan cup winners,though agree not to rush them all in straight away,im sure management clued in on this also.

Ricey has confirmed that both Corrigans are back,which is a huge boost,while also in the panel again is James Allen, with Brandon Horan, Eoin Shields(Belcoo), Tiernan Bogue and Lee Jones called in. Havnt heard of any other new panel members.
Dont think will have lost many from the 2019 squad,though think its crucial to get Thomas Treacy back on board for goals. Agree with some posters in saying Eoin McManus and Eddie Corrigan are worth a look again in McKenna cup,while think Lorcan McStravick could be a player to step up to the mark next season

macca999 (Fermanagh) - Posts: 868 - 18/10/2019 15:10:01    2244249

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Replying To macca999:  "Kildare H, Roscommon A, ,Westmeath A, Cavan H, Armagh H, Clare A , Laois H
Great to see the league fixtures out also and 4 home games,though with 2 ulster derbies Division 2 will be another huge scrap,especially if Tier 2 is voted in tomorrow based on 2020 league standings.

Good to see posters suggesting players for the 2020 panel,some hope with the hogan cup winners,though agree not to rush them all in straight away,im sure management clued in on this also.

Ricey has confirmed that both Corrigans are back,which is a huge boost,while also in the panel again is James Allen, with Brandon Horan, Eoin Shields(Belcoo), Tiernan Bogue and Lee Jones called in. Havnt heard of any other new panel members.
Dont think will have lost many from the 2019 squad,though think its crucial to get Thomas Treacy back on board for goals. Agree with some posters in saying Eoin McManus and Eddie Corrigan are worth a look again in McKenna cup,while think Lorcan McStravick could be a player to step up to the mark next season"
Is Eoin McManus even in the country?

erneboy (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1227 - 18/10/2019 16:57:13    2244268

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Replying To erneboy:  "Is Eoin McManus even in the country?"
Who knows, didn't really look for this year! Still a quality player.

allfermanagh (Fermanagh) - Posts: 66 - 20/10/2019 16:36:14    2244571

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Fixtures:
Dr McKenna Cup 2020
The first round of fixtures in the 2020 Bank of Ireland Dr. McKenna Cup will commence on Sunday 29 December 2019. The University teams have withdrawn from the competition.
National Football League Fixtures 2020 (Fermanagh context)
Sunday 26th January-Kildare v Fermanagh
Sunday 2nd February -Fermanagh v Roscommon
Sunday 9th February -Westmeath v Fermanagh
Saturday 22nd February-Fermanagh v Cavan
Sunday 1st March-Fermanagh v Armagh
Sunday 15th March -Clare v Fermanagh
Sunday 22nd March-Fermanagh v Laois
National Hurling League (Fermanagh context)
Sunday 26th January -Fermanagh v Leitrim
Sunday 2nd February-Cavan v Fermanagh
Sunday 16th February-Fermanagh v Sligo
Sunday 23rd February-Lancashire v Fermanagh

erneboy (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1227 - 24/10/2019 13:01:45    2245439

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Can see Shane Mcgullion making an impact this year for the county, in the half forward or back line. He has been my player of the championship. Last seasons full year of training with the squad has clearly brought him on.
I also like the look of Mark McCauley a lot more than any other potential new forwards mentioned. I know he was asked last year but said no. Whether he commits or not is the question.

shotgun (Fermanagh) - Posts: 72 - 27/10/2019 18:35:09    2246156

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What's this I hear about certain individuals have put forward a recommendation to exclude the public from viewing county training? What harm is it doing to allow the team supporters to take an interest in seeing how the players are progressing? Did the 'band' request come from the county team management, the county board or whom else? It's a bit rich to induce such a band considering it is the public at large and sponsors who fund the county team and co?

Coa_gael (Fermanagh) - Posts: 1150 - 29/10/2019 21:11:25    2246533

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