Fermanagh will face Down in the Ulster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final on the weekend of November 7/8 after the GAA unveiled its revised fixture calendar for the remainder of the year.

Before that though Ryan McMenamin's side will conclude their league programme with two crunch encounters as they look to secure survival in Division Two. Fermanagh will make the trip to Ennis to take on Clare on the weekend of October 17/18 and a week later they host Laois in Brewster Park.

The meeting with Down will then follow three weeks later and with the GAA confirming that there will be no backdoor in this year's championship this will be a straight knock out clash with the winner progressing to an Ulster semi-final against one of Antrim, Monaghan or Cavan a week later while for the loser their season is over.

In the Ulster Minor Football Championship, Maurice McLaughlin's Fermanagh outfit will host Down at Brewster Park in the Quarter Final over the weekend of October 23/24/25.

In hurling, Joe Baldwin's Fermanagh side will begin their Lory Meagher Cup campaign on the weekend of October 24/25 against Louth before taking on Cavan a week later. And they will conclude their group stage against Lancashire on the weekend of November 7/8.

The top two sides in the group will then meet in the Lory Meagher Cup final on November 14/15.

The GAA also confirmed on Friday that there will be no Provincial or All Ireland Club Championships this year.