Both Derrygonnelly manager Martin Greene and Roslea counterpart Brian Gormley will be looking for improvement when the sides meet again at Brewster Park to battle it out for the right to face Devenish in the SFC Final.

While not at their best, the Harps appeared to be on their way to a third successive final as they led by four points with the game fast approaching added on time.

However, a resilient Roslea swooped for a Conor Quigley goal to leave one in it before Sean Quigley tapped over a free to leave the sides having it all to do again.

Harps boss Greene never felt that the game was safe.

“You can never think you have it won, not with the threat that Roslea possess. They have a lot of quality in their side and we’re just happy to get another go at it.”

Greene feels his side need to make more of their possession although he did praise the Roslea defence for making life difficult for his side.

“We had the greater share of possession but we didn’t turn it into scores and we would need to be more economical. In saying that, I thought that the Roslea defence was very good. They put us under a lot of pressure and they were very well organised. We know that if we are going to win then we will have to improve on this Friday night,” he said.

Opposite number Gormley is delighted to get a second bite at the cherry and was full of praise for the character shown by his side.

“I was very happy with that and I know that character will be there again on Friday night and hopefully we can add a bit of quality to that. We are just delighted to get a replay and we will be looking for an improvement in certain aspects of our game,” he commented.

Gormley is expecting another tight, competitive encounter when the sides clash again under the lights at Brewster Park.

“If you look at all the championship matches, they have all been very tight and I can’t see that changing on Friday night,” he said.