By Michael McMullan
PJ O’Mullan will remain as the Derry senior camogie manager for a second season.
The Oakleafers’ 2023 adventure concluded with All-Ireland glory after their replay win over Meath in Clones.
O’ Mullan will against lead a management team of Michael Henry, Adrian McCann, Karen Rafferty and Ciara O’Mullan.
“We wish the management team the best of luck on and off the pitch in 2024,” Derry Camogie stated.
It was Derry’s second All-Ireland title at intermediate level and they now follow Ulster rivals Antrim and Down into the senior ranks.
O’Mullan, a former Antrim senior hurling manager, was at the helm when Loughgiel won their second All-Ireland hurling title in 2012.
He is currently involved with the Shamrocks’ minor hurlers who are bidding for a fifth successive Antrim when they lock horns with Dunloy in the final on Saturday week (October 14)
O’Mullan was also manager of Sleacht Néill camogs when they won the club’s first Derry title in 2012 and also had a stint as Loughgiel camogje manager.