Tipperary 2-05 Fermanagh 2-05

Fermanagh made it back to back draws in Division Two after they had to settle for a share of the spoils against Tipperary in Semple Stadium on Sunday.

All the drama in this game arrived in the closing stages as the lead changed hands three times before Tipperary's Liam McGrath landed a late free to leave it 2-05 piece at the final whistle.

The first half was a dour affair with Fermanagh ruing some wayward shooting as they registered seven wides in the opening 35 minutes and 13 in all.

And a bad mistake by goalkeeper Tom Treacy also cost them as he let a ball slip through his legs and over the line as Tipperary went in at the break leading 1-01 to 0-02.

Tipp went on to extend their advantage to three points 1-03 to 0-03 but with 58 minutes on the clock Fermanagh swooped for their first goal as Conall Jones fired to the net.

The home side hit the next score but when Sean Quigley and Ciaran Corrigan tagged on points from play it put Fermanagh on front for the first time in the game with 68 minutes gone.

It looked as though Tipperary were going to seal the win when Brian Fox grabbed his second goal of the game in added on time to put the Premier side ahead by two.

There was still plenty more drama though as Fermanagh were awarded a penalty for a foot block on Aidan Breen which Sean Quigley calmly converted to edge Fermanagh in front.

However, Tipperary were awarded a late free when Kane Connor was harshly adjudged to have over-carried and McGrath slotted over with the final kick of the game to leave it level at the finish.