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Big Blow For Fermanagh As Quigley Opts Out For 2019

Big Blow For Fermanagh As Quigley Opts Out For 2019

Fermanagh will be without last year's top scorer Seamus Quigley after manager Rory Gallagher confirmed that he is not part of the 2019 panel.

Quigley enjoyed a successful 2018 despite being dropped for the Ulster Championship semi-final victory over Monaghan for breaking a team rule. Yet speaking to Irish News, Gallagher confirmed that Quigley will not be involved this year but did provide any more detail.

Fellow forward Tomas Corrigan will miss the beginning of 2019 as he is set to go travelling. However, he is due back for the later rounds of the Allianz League.

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Fermanagh ended 2018 with an 11-point loss against Kildare. They are set to play Donegal in the Quarter-final of the 2019 Championship.

SEE ALSO: GAA To Tackle 'Dummy Teams' With New Regulations

Maurice Brosnan

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