Fermanagh 0-08 Cork 1-05

Conall Jones landed a point from a free with the last kick of the game as Fermanagh secured a draw against Cork in their opening NFL Division Two game today at Brewster Park.

The home side though will feel that this was a game that they should have won having dominated for long periods in the second half as they turned a 0-04 to 0-01 half time deficit into a 0-07 to 0-05 advantage.

The first half was a dull affair with Fermanagh struggling to make an impact in attack.

Conall Jones slotted over Fermanagh's opening score in the third minute but they failed to register again in the half as Cork moved ahead thanks to points from Luke Connolly, Damian Gore, Eoghan McSweeney and James Loughrey.

However, Rory Gallagher's came flying out of theblocks at the start of the second half and with Aidan Breen, Declan McCusker, Ciaran Corrigan, Daniel Teague, Conall Jones and Sean Quigley on target they moved two points clear.

However, Rory Gallagher's charges missed some good chances to add to their tally in the second half, kicking seven wides, dropping two efforts into the goalkeeper's hands as well as seeing an Ultan Kelm goal attempt saved by Cork goalkeeper Mark White.

And it looked if it would be Cork's day when Matthew Taylor was played in by Ian Maguire and finished to the net.

Fermanagh continued to be wasteful in front of the posts but deep into added on time Ryan Jones picked ouit brother Conall who called for a mark. When a Cork player knocked the ball out of his hand the referee moved the ball forward and Jones popped over to leave the sides having to settle for a share of the spoils.