Game At A Glance
MAN OF THE MATCH
Ryan McCluskey (Fermanagh)
A hugely effective screen in front of the full-back line.
Conor Quigley's lucky 13th-minute goal meant that Westmeath were always chasing.
The fact that Fermanagh could still win despite kicking 20 wides.
John Woods' injury-time winner was a tremendous response to being pegged back having dominated the entire game.
Rory Hickey just about managed to keep a lid on a game that threatened to boil over.
WHAT THEY SAID
Peter Canavan (Fermanagh manager):
"The Tuesday night after the Cavan game everybody was out on the pitch 20 minutes before training was to start and that spoke volumes from this group of players."
Pat Flanagan (Westmeath manager):
"I'm not going to make any decision on (my future) at this moment in time. It is very, very disappointing but I am long enough around now not to make snap decisions."
Fermanagh 20 (12 in 1st half)
Fermanagh 3 (C Snow 12, S McCabe 26, E Donnelly 35+1)
Westmeath 3 (P Sharry 26, K Martin 29, 63)
Westmeath 1 (K Martin 63)
Fermanagh go into the second-round draw of the qualifiers; Westmeath's season is over.