Armagh appoint McGonigle as new senior manager

By Michael McMullan

ARMAGH LGFA have appointed Derry native Gregory McGonigle as their new senior manager.

The former Dublin and Monaghan manager steps into the vacancy after Shane McCormack stood down at the end of last season.

McGonigle was rubberstamped after a “lengthy interview process” and the “full support” from clubs at Tuesday night’s county board meeting,

“Those involved in ladies football will need no introduction to Greg, he has managed teams at the highest level and the Armagh committee are delighted to have him on board for 2024,” read a statement from Armagh LGFA.

“We look forward to a successful year and wish Greg and his team good luck for the new season.”

Armagh will begin the season in Division One after promotion with a league final win over Laois under McCormack in 2023 and they’ll be aiming to win back the Ulster title Donegal regained.

The Orchard County bowed out of the All-Ireland Senior Championship in the quarter-finals at the hands of Cork (0-14 to 2-6).

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