DAVID McCague has been appointed as the new Scotstown manager for next season as he takes over from the outgoing Colin McAree.
McAree stepped down from the position following Scotstown’s three-point defeat to Ballybay in the county final.
The An Bhoth men have picked up seven of the last ten county titles and also won the senior league this season.
Diarmuid Scullion, who was a selector under McAree and coached Derry to an minor All-Ireland title in 2020 and former player Fergus Caulfield will make up McCague’s backroom team.
McCague brings a wealth of coaching experience to the role, having worked under Seamus McEnaney in the Monaghan senior and minor set ups over the past number of years.