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  1. Brewster Park hosts opening Ulster match
  2. Fermanagh seven points ahead at half-time
  3. Ernemen win 1-12 to 0-9 to set up Donegal quarter-final

Live Reporting

By Alvin McCaig

All times stated are UK

  1. Signing off

    That's all from us for today and thanks for following our live text coverage of the preliminary round clash. We'll be back next Sunday for the mouth-watering showdown between Derry and Tyrone in the Ulster SFC quarter-finals.

    Our match report is now available here

  2. We need to improve - Corrigan

    Quote Message: Our first-half display was very pleasing - we targeted the first 10 minutes to make a fast start. But I'm disappointed with our second-half display and we need to work on that. Donegal will be a lot more intense and we have to cut out mistakes. from Tomas Corrigan Fermanagh forward
    Tomas CorriganFermanagh forward
  3. Star man

    Fermanagh now face Donegal at Ballybofey in the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final
    Image caption: Fermanagh now face Donegal at Ballybofey in the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final
  4. Post update

  5. Full-time

    Fermanagh 1-12 0-9 Antrim

    All over and Fermanagh withstand a late Saffrons fightback to secure a deserved victory at Brewster Park. Tomas Corrigan did the damage for the Erne outfit with nine points in a brilliant individual performance. Pete McGrath's side progress to meet Donegal in the Ulster SFC quarter-finals while it's the All-Ireland qualifiers for Antrim.

  6. Too little too late

    Fermanagh 1-12 0-9 Antrim

    Tomas McCann's point in added time is merely a consolation score for Antrim 

  7. Post update

    Fermanagh 1-12 0-8 Antrim

    Sean Quigley dashes Antrim hopes as the forward slips the ball into the corner of the Antrim net with a minute left

  8. Post update

    Antrim's Martin Johnston attempts to win the ball off Paul McCusker of Fermanagh
    Image caption: Antrim's Martin Johnston attempts to win the ball from Paul McCusker
  9. Post update

    Fermanagh 0-12 0-8 Antrim

    Tomas Corrigan calms Fermanagh nerves with a free which just sneaks inside the upright

  10. Game on!

    Fermanagh 0-11 0-8 Antrim

    It's now five without reply from the Saffrons as Ryan Murray and Sean Burke rifle over. Just a goal between the sides

  11. Post update

    Fermanagh 0-11 0-6 Antrim

    It's down to five as Tomas McCann slips over a free. Nine minutes left

  12. Missed opportunity

    Fermanagh 0-11 0-5 Antrim

    That could be the defining moment of the game. Saffrons forward Brian Neeson gets free of his marker but from close range blasts into the side-netting. A goal would have definitely rattled the hosts. 

  13. Post update

    Antrim's Ricky Johnston gets to Grips with Fermanagh's Sean Quigley
    Image caption: Antrim's Ricky Johnston gets to grips with Fermanagh forward Sean Quigley
  14. Is the comeback on?

    Fermanagh 0-11 0-5 Antrim

    John Carron makes it two points in a row from the Saffrons - the gap is down to six with 16 minutes remaining.

  15. Post update

    Fermanagh 0-11 0-4 Antrim

    Tomas Corrigan moves to personal tally of eight points in the game with a free which is followed by a fine score from Antrim's Mark Sweeney

  16. Post update

    Fermanagh 0-10 0-3 Antrim

    Seventeen minutes into the second half and the scoreboard is ticking again. Antrim forward Tomas McCann has the honour of the first point since the restart but Tomas Corrigan responds almost immediately 

  17. Post update

    Quote Message: Antrim are struggling to get far enough up the field to create good scoring chances. They have a lot of work to do from Sean Kelly Former Antrim player on BBC Radio Ulster
    Sean KellyFormer Antrim player on BBC Radio Ulster
  18. Yellow card

    Fermanagh 0-9 0-2 Antrim

    Indeed, it's double yellow. Fermanagh forward Ryan Jones and Antrim's Martin Johnston are punished after an off-the-ball incident. Seven minutes into the second half and still no addition to the scoring.

  19. Yellow card

    Sean McVeigh is on pitch just a matter of seconds but the substitute has already been cautioned for a heavy challenge

  20. Antrim make change

    The Saffrons have made a half-time replacement with Sean McVeigh coming on for Conor Murray