McCormack steps down from Orchard hotseat

ARMAGH LGFA are on the look-out for a new manager after they conformed “with regret” that Shane McCormack has stepped down as manager.

The former Kildare goalkeeper was a coach under former manager Ronan Murphy, but stepped into the manager tole for the 2023 season.

“Due to travel demands and work commitments; I have made the tough decision to step away as manager. I am and always will be very proud of qualifying for Division One football and winning two Ulster titles in my time in Armagh,” he said, in a statement released through Armagh LGFA’s social media channels.

“I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Armagh and have made great friends and connections. I would like to thank my management team, the players, our FLO’s, the Armagh County Board, physios, and masseuses for all the selfless work they did to ensure every need was catered for”.

Armagh also commented: “Armagh LGFA County Board and players wish Shane and his team best wishes in their future endeavours.”

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