Corrigan remains at helm of native Kinawley

By Niall Gartland

DOMINIC Corrigan will remain in charge of his native Kinawley for a third season, it has been confirmed.

The vastly-experienced former Fermanagh manager steered the club to this year’s Division One title but they came up short in an entertaining high-scoring game against Derrygonnelly in the semi-finals of the championship.

Beaten championship finalists Erne Gaels are looking for a new manager as Seamus Ryder stepped down after three years in charge while it’s expected that champions Derrygonnelly’s current management team will stay at the helm.

Devenish, Irvinestown and Newtownbutler are on the prowl for a new manager while Ciaran Murphy remains in charge of Roslea ahead of the 2024 season.

Mickey McCillen has been appointed as manager of his native Belcoo with another clubman Niall Leonard coming in as selector alongside Darren Boyle (Kinawley) as trainer.

Brookeborough could announce their management team for next year by the end of the week while Tony Collins will stay in charge of Teemore.

Meanwhile, the Fermanagh County Convention took place on Monday night. A proposal from Tempo Maguires was passed proposing to play the All-Ireland Minor football and hurling finals as curtain-raisers on All-Ireland final day, while Derrygonnelly’s proposal that teams in the Ulster Club Competition are excluded from appearing in the preliminary round two years running was also unanimously passed.

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