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Summary

  1. Fermanagh defeat Armagh 0-12 to 0-7
  2. Ernemen led 0-6 to 0-4 at the break
  3. Armagh's Niall Grimley sent-off early in second half
  4. A crowd of 8,421 watched the Enniskillen action
  5. Fermanagh will meet Tyrone or Monaghan in semi-finals

Live Reporting

By Michael Morrow

All times stated are UK

  1. See you tomorrow

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    So Fermanagh are the first county to book their place in the Ulster SFC semi-finals.

    Armagh will have to go the long way round if they want to make it into the Super 8s and they will have precious little time to lick their wounds from today.

    Fermanagh's prize is a game against Division One opposition in the form of either Tyrone or Monaghan. The Ernemen will go into that match as huge underdogs, but will have taken plenty of confidence from their win at Brewster today.

    We'll be back with more coverage of the game at Healy Park tomorrow. Throw-in is at 4pm, there's full coverage here with us and on Radio Ulster MW. the full game will also be shown on BBC Two NI from 7pm tomorrow night.

    See you there.

  2. Great heart and great work rate - Gallagher

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-07

    Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher reflects on his side's victory over Armagh.

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    Video caption: Rory Gallagher post-match interview
  3. Team emphasis the key says Jones

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Quote Message: I thought we played as a team - the big emphasis is that there are no individuals. Guys came off the bench and emptied their legs, that's what we need. it's a 20 man game and that is the biggest positive we take from today. from Ryan Jones Fermanagh midfielder
    Ryan JonesFermanagh midfielder
  4. Enjoy the moment - McGrath

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Quote Message: Fermanagh should enjoy the moment and relax tonight - they can start thinking about Tyrone and Monaghan tomorrow. from Martin McGrath Former Fermanagh captain and BBC Sport analyst
    Martin McGrathFormer Fermanagh captain and BBC Sport analyst
  5. Extra man a big help - Donnelly

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Quote Message: We really worked hard and knew that if we did what was asked of us we would limit their scores and do enough to get over the line. Unfortunately this year we've had more players sent off than the teams we've played against, it's much nicer to have the extra man! from Eoin Donnelly Fermanagh captain
    Eoin DonnellyFermanagh captain
  6. Fermanagh stuck to their game plan - McDonnell

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Quote Message: Fermanagh had a template and they stuck to it throughout. They dominated possession, were far more composed and that's why they won so easily. from Steven McDonnell Former Armagh player and BBC Sport analyst
    Steven McDonnellFormer Armagh player and BBC Sport analyst
  7. We learned a lot from league final defeat - Gallagher

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Quote Message: I thought we were the better team by a stretch. We learned a hell of a lot from the league final. There's a great bunch of lads here who were disappointed by what happened last year and believe they are good enough to compete, and today we certainly were good enough. from Rory Gallagher Fermanagh manager
    Rory GallagherFermanagh manager
  8. Fermanagh easily the best side - Canavan

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Quote Message: Fermanagh were easily the best side right from the start - Armagh were simply not at the races. from Brian Canavan Former Armagh manager and BBC Sport summariser
    Brian CanavanFormer Armagh manager and BBC Sport summariser
  9. Full-time

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-7

    Grugan adds another free but it is far too late. Fermanagh may have lost the last four meetings with Armagh but they've won the big one today and deservedly are into the semi-final, where they await the winners of Tyrone v Monaghan.

    Armagh will have to go through the back door once again, and will have to play five games in six weeks if they wish to make it into the Supers 8s.

    The crucial moment may have been Niall Grimley's red card just minutes into the second half, but Fermanagh were leading by two points at that stage.

  10. Armagh just not good enough - Canavan

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-6

    Quote Message: Armagh have been bereft of ideas from the start. Six points in Championship football is just not good enough. from Brian Canavan Former Armagh manager and BBC Radio Ulster summariser Brian Canavan
    Brian CanavanFormer Armagh manager and BBC Radio Ulster summariser Brian Canavan
  11. Fermanagh entering cruise control

    Fermanagh 0-12 Armagh 0-6

    Quigley adds another free and now has as many points as Armagh do. The visitors haven't scored from play since the 17th minute.

  12. Did this end Armagh hopes?

    Fermanagh 0-11 Armagh 0-6

    Armagh midfielder Niall Grimley is shown the red card by referee Paddy Neilan
    Image caption: Armagh midfielder Niall Grimley is shown the red card by referee Paddy Neilan
  13. Huge score by Quigley

    Fermanagh 0-11 Armagh 0-6

    John Haughey

    BBC Sport NI at Brewster Park

    That was a big score by Seamus Quigley. Fermanagh were starting to look a little nervous but Quigley outmuscled Brendan Donaghy before fisting over.

  14. Quigley keeping Fermanagh ticking over

    Fermanagh 0-11 Armagh 0-6

    Seamus Quigley grabs his fifth of the day, he was in behind the Armagh defence but opted to take the point, fisting over the bar.

    Seven to go.

  15. 10 minutes to go

    Fermanagh 0-10 Armagh 0-6

    The game has descended into a rather scrappy affair as Sean Quigley exits the field and is replaced by Ciaran Corrigan. With just over 10 minutes to go, can Armagh conjure up a comeback or are Fermanagh heading into the semi-finals?

  16. Armagh need to keep chiping away - McDonnell

    Fermanagh 0-10 Armagh 0-6

    Quote Message: Armagh need to keep chipping away and make sure they punish Fermanagh when they get the opportunity. from Steven McDonnell Former Armagh player and BBC Sport analyst
    Steven McDonnellFormer Armagh player and BBC Sport analyst
  17. Grugan making a difference

    Fermanagh 0-10 Armagh 0-6

    Deficit is down to four after two quick-fire frees from substitute Rory Grugan. The Armagh captain was scheduled to start but deemed not fit enough just minutes before throw-in.

    Can he turn things round here?

  18. Armagh in big trouble

    Fermanagh 0-10 0-4 Armagh

    John Haughey

    BBC Sport NI at Brewster Park

    Armagh are in big trouble here. Six points down and a man down. Hard to see a road back for Kieran McGeeney's side with just over 20 minutes left.

  19. Grimley falls victim to Croke diktat

    Fermanagh 0-10 Armagh 0-4

    John Haughey

    BBC Sport NI at Brewster Park

    Referees were called into Croke Park before championship and told to clamp down on flailing arms and elbows.

    Niall Grimley must have known that so his needless swinging forearm on Sean Quigley was total madness.

  20. Ernemen open up six point lead

    Fermanagh 0-10 Armagh 0-4

    Ethan Rafferty has Armagh's first attempt of the half but if wide with his free. Lee Cullen makes no mistake at the other end with an inswinging effort and Seamus Quigley then scores a free from just outside the D.

    Long way back for 14-man Armagh.