Donegal 0-10 Fermanagh 0-13

Fermanagh produced a dominant second half performance as they came from five points down to claim a deserved three point victory over Donegal in Letterkenny today.

Donegal looked to be in control of the game having led 0-08 to 0-04 at half time before a Michael Langan free at the start of the second half increased that advantage to five.

However, Fermanagh gained the upperhand after this, outscoring the home side 0-09 to 0-01 over the remainder of the contest to maintain their unbeaten start to the Division Two campaign.

Declan Bonner's Donegal were the more clinical side in the first half and points from Jamie Brennan, Langan, Jason McGee, Oisin Gallen and Ciaran Thompson helped them into a 0-05 to 0-01 lead with Fermanagh's opening point coming from the boot of Conall Jones.

Donegal suffered a blow when they lost Caolan McGonagle to a second yellow card after 19 minutes and when Sean Quigley and the excellent Ciaran Corrigan clipped over points for Fermanagh it reduced the gap back to two points.

It was the home side though who remained on top and McGee, Eoghan Ban Gallagher and a Langan free pushed them five ahead before Quigley landed the last point of the half for Fermanagh to leave it 0-08 to 0-04 in Donegal's favour at the interval.

Langan nudged Donegal five clear again at the start of the second half but Fermanagh started to take over in the middle third and they began to punch holes in the home side's rearguard with their running game.

Corrigan knocked over another two points and Quigley also fired over from play to make it a two point game, 0-09 to 0-07, with 20 minutes to go.

Donegal replied with a Langan close in free in the 56th minute but this was to be their final score of the game as Fermanagh continued to dominate.

Points from Breen and Quigley brought Fermanagh to within one and by this stage Donegal were down to 13 men as Stephen McMenamin was black carded.

A Paul McCusker point after a strong run by the increasingly influential Ultan Klem, tied up the game and with the momentum behind them Fermanagh pushed on for the win.

Corrigan fisted over his fourth point of the day to put Rory Gallagher's side ahead for the first time before a good run by Johnny Cassidy set up Breen to fist over as Fermanagh moved two ahead.

And a surging run by Kelm resulted in him firing over a wonderful point deep in added on time to leave it 0-13 to 0-10 at the final whistle.