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No club challenge means F&W will not revisit decision

THE Fermanagh and Western League management committee will not be revisiting its decision to declare the season null and void.

None of the League’s thirty member clubs appealed the decision that was taken at a meeting of the management committee 10 days ago.

A number of clubs and their officials have voiced their opposition to the decision to declare the season null and void and replace it with a one-off competition to run alongside the Mulhern and Reihill Cups.

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And just this week NFC Kesh boss Scott Robinson asked the local governing body to have a rethink while Enniskillen Town official Gerry Connolly in a letter to our sister newspaper, the Fermanagh Herald, urged the management committee to revisit the decision.

However Mr Jardine said that there was an appeals structure and process in place and he explained that none of the member clubs had exercised their right to officially challenge the decision.

The F&W League chairman said that they had received no correspondence from any clubs asking them to reconsider.

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