Enniskillen Rugby Club made history at Ravenhill Kingspan Stadium as they came from 11 points down to clinch an 18-17 victory over Armagh 2nd VX.

It was looking ominous for Skins early in the second half as Armagh's lock, Oliver Millar touched down in the corner. An excellent Harry Boyd conversion left it 17-6.

But Skins took over from then and dominated proceedings with their scrum in particular in complete control which eventually yielded two superb tries to seal the win.

Enniskillen started positively and it was not long before they were on the scoreboard. John Maguire hitting a penalty to make it 3-0 after three minutes.

Boyd responded for Armagh to level matters shortly after.

It was a physical battle throughout with some huge hits from both sides. 

A high tackle on James Carleton gave Maguire the chance to put Skins back in front, and he did just that to make it 6-3 after 20 minutes.

But Armagh began to look dangerous and five minutes later they got their first try.

A strong maul from a lineout drove Armagh towards the Skins line and after a number of phases Jonathan Agnew burst over. Boyd converted to leave it 10-6 at half time.

Armagh's second try through Millar looked as if it had put the game out of Enniskillen's reach but they never gave up and kept battering away at the Armagh defence.

Armagh indiscipline resulted in a yellow card for hooker, Jack Treanor and Skins numerical advantage was soon to count.

Phase after phase in the Armagh 22 saw the ball moved to Nick Finlay who played a delightful inside ball to James Ferguson who touched down under the posts. Finlay's conversion left it at 17-13.

Some basic errors from Skins let Armagh off the hook at stages but their best passage of play was to be the decisive moment in the game.

Again, Skins were deep in Armagh territory and going through the phases. 

Matthew Dane took the ball at the back of a ruck and passed to Finlay who played it on to Ferguson.

Ferguson drew in two defenders before playing the ball to Angus Keys who did well to touch down and put his side in front with just minutes to go.

It was to be a nervy finish as the sides traded possession but Enniskillen wrestled possession back with a scrum and the only thing left to do was kick the ball to touch to begin the celebrations.