Sinn Fein's Jemma Dolan has been been elected to the constituency of Fermanagh South Tyrone.

Miss Dolan was flanked by her fellow candidates; Aine Murphy (7,379) and Colm Gildernew (7,552) as well as MP Michelle Gildernew when the first count was annouced.

She thanked the electorate for putting her faith in her and said she "wants to get back to work and deliver for the people of Fermanagh South Tyrone."

There was strong polling for fellow Sinn Fein candidates Colm Gildernew and Aine Murphy.

Meanwhile Tom Elliott, UUP is the strongest performing Unionist, polling 5,442 votes closely followed by Deborah Erskine, DUP on 5,272 votes.

The TUV has polled more than Mr. Elliott's running mate Rosemary Barton who polled 2,912 votes. The TUV have increased their vote by almost four fold polling 3,091 votes compared to 780 votes in 2017.

Still left in the race are; Paul Bell, DUP who polled 2,255 votes, Matthew Beaumont, Alliance who polled 2,583 and Adam Gannon of the SDLP who polled 3,836 votes.

Those eliminated on the first round were Emmett Kilpatrick, Derek Backhouse, Emma DeSouza, Kelly Turtle, Donal O'Cofaigh and Denise Mullen.