GAA round-up: Fermanagh advance in qualifiers
Sean Quigley kicked 14 points as Fermanagh demolished Antrim to book their place in the next round of the All-Ireland qualifiers.
Fermanagh, who had beaten Antrim, in the quarter-final of the Ulster series, made it two-in-a-row in Enniskillen.
The home side were always in command, leading 0-11 to 0-5 at the break.
A Marty O'Brien goal near the end wrapped up the win on a 1-21 to 0-11 scoreline.
Fermanagh's victory completes the line-up for the qualifier draw tomorrow morning on RTE Radio 1 (8.30am).
The four teams in the hat will be Fermanagh, Kildare, Longford and Roscommon.
Limerick's win over Westmeath in the hurling qualifier in Mullingar also clears the way for the next draw in the hurling qualifiers which also takes place tomorrow morning on RTE Radio 1.
The four teams going into the hat are Clare, Cork, Limerick and Dublin.
Limerick and Clare - who have already met in the Munster championship - cannot be drawn to meet again.
The two games are scheduled for next Saturday at neutral venues. The winners will then face Galway and the losers of the Munster final (Tipperary or Waterford) in the All-Ireland hurling quarter-final.