Fermanagh are bidding for a first trophy in over a quarter of a century at Croke Park on Saturday night as they take on Cavan for the Allianz League Division Three title.
The McKenna Cup in 1997 was the last piece of silverware the Erne men lifted but they come into the game at Croke Park on a high after securing promotion last weekend
They did that by virtue of beating a Cavan side at Breffni Park - albeit Mickey Graham's men were already assured of their place in the final and Division Two next season.
Ultan Kelm's goal in the second half turned the tide for the Fermanagh men and they will relish the wide open spaces at Croke Park with a national title up for grabs.
Here's what you need to know about the League final:
Saturday, April 1.
TV and stream information
The match will be shown live on TG4 and the TG4 player.
You can also follow updates with Belfast Live's live blog.
Fermanagh skipper Declan McCusker: ““There’s a fair few boys in the panel who haven’t played in Croke Park and then we have the lads who have won a Hogan Cup (with St Michael's in 2019).
“They are the only players in the panel who have actually won a game in Croke Park.
“In 2012 I was on the panel when Wicklow beat us in the Division Four final.
“I played in 2015 in the Division Three final against Armagh and in 2018 we lost to Armagh again, and of course against Dublin in the All-Ireland quarter-final. All losses.
“So it would be nice to turn one around and get a bit of silverware.”
Cavan manager Mickey Graham: “I just think if you are going to play league finals give teams at least two weeks in between them.
“Give them that, it is a national title and if Mayo win it they cannot celebrate it because they are out the following week.
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