Killen seals revival
Ulster Club IFC Final
Lisnaskea Emmets became the first Fermanagh club to win a provincial title when they produced a stunning second-half comeback to beat Doohamlet in a hard-fought decider at Breffni Park.
The turning point came when Lisnaskea veteran Pearse Collins somehow managed to block what looked like a certain goal, which would have put the Monaghan champions seven points ahead.
Stephen Carters, Kevin Curran and Shane Ingram all scored to leave just a point between the teams and when Daniel Killen kicked a score from a sideline ball to draw the teams level, there was only going to be one winner.
Killen added another two points with a Conor Curran score sandwiched in between and the knockout blows were landed.
Scorers -- Lisnaskea: D Killen 0-6 (0-3f, 0-1 '45'), S Carters 0-2, A Little (0-1f), B Og Maguire, S Ingram, C Curran, K Curran 0-1 each. Doohamlet: N J Connolly 1-1, T Duffy, S McManus (0-1f) 0-2 each, C McManus, M Murphy 0-1 each.
Lisnaskea -- B McGoldrick; M Smyth, P Collins, K Curran; J Woods, M McKenna, N McElroy; B Og Maguire, C Curran; A Little, S Carters, M Little; S Ingram, K Curran, D Killen. Subs: D Graham for Smyth (46), R Glancy for K Curran (55).
Doohamlet -- J Casey; G Casey, M Hughes, S Connolly; K McArdle, C Walshe, D Connolly; G Comiskey, C McManus; G Duffy, S McManus, O Hughes; N Connolly, M Murphy, T Duffy. Subs: J Duffy for Murphy (53).
Ref -- B Cassidy (Derry).