Fermanagh Jonny Garrity does not care how his team win their league final on Saturday, just as long as they win it.

Having had to witness his side reach the final after an 11 point comeback win over Limerick, Jonny would happily see it all again if meant a League Final victory, but would prefer to do it in less dramatic circumstances.

"I think all of us would be hoping for a more comfortable day at the office than that one," says Jonny in relation to the Limerick game. "But with saying that we know it is going to be a hugely difficult task against a good team so we will take it any way we can get it, as long as we come out with the right result."

Fermanagh and Antrim met in the opening round of the league, and like the Limerick game the Fermanagh ladies had to overhaul a sizeable deficit to win with virtually the last kick of the game.

"I think we were eight or nine points down at one point and we left ourselves a mountain to climb. But we finished very strongly. It was a similar game to semi-final but at that point in time both teams with new management were finding their feet.

"It was the first league game and I would say there is only so much you can look into that game. Both teams have come a long way since then."

But Garrity does not expect a repeat when they meet in Clones on Saturday.

"I would say it will be a much different game than that one. We know that Antrim have had their few ups and downs during the course of the league but they finished very, very strongly and will be coming into the game in great form.

"For ourselves I think we had a pretty solid run altogether and managed to get a good look at all of our squad.

We are very, very happy going into the final on the back of utilising the squad so well but at his stage it is all about getting over the line, getting the victory and gaining promotion."

With promotion only awarded to the winners, Jonny is under no illusions of what his side face.

Antrim had two impressive wins over Carlow and Louth on their way to the final and Garrity is aware of their strengths. But his players have been working hard since the Limerick game to give themselves the best possible chance.

"They are a big physical team with plenty of power and great ability all over the field. They will be a tough opponent and we are expecting they will brimming with confidence from their recent victories.

"Training has been good. It has given us the opportunity to look at a couple of things that we didn't do well against Limerick. Look at why we fell so far behind and try to make a few changes where we needed to and that has been the focus of our training.

"And of course to accentuate the fantastic second half that we had and do our best to recreate that performance for two halves this time."

Fermanagh have plenty of game winners but in particular Eimear Smyth, who scored 1-12 against Limerick will come in for special attention. Add in captain Joanne Doonan who netted a hat-trick of goals in the first league game.

Jonny knows the quality these two players possess but he is confident that if they are marshalled well there are plenty of other players to step up to the plate.

On a personal level, in his first year in charge, Jonny is happy with how things are going but he is quick to emphasise that for him, and the team, the success will count for little if they lose on Saturday. And that is all he and his players are thinking about.

"I can certainly look at it as successful start. It's a good result up until now but it will count for little if we don't get over the line and gain promotion and get the cup.

"So all of our efforts are focussed in on that. We just don't want to get to the final. there is more ambition within this group of players and they'll be gunning for result come Saturday."

Fermanagh take on Antrim in the Final of the Lidl Ladies NFL Division Four League Final on Saturday, May 4 in Clones at 2pm.

The Fermanagh Ladies will he holding a fundraiser on Sunday, May 5 in Blakes of the Hollow. Doors open at 6pm and there will be live music from 7pm. It is £5 entry with a raffle also taking place on the night.