Donnelly returns as Greenlough manager

By Michael McMullan

GREENLOUGH will have Jude Donnelly on board as manger for the 2023 season, taking over from the outgoing Darren Craig.

Donnelly, a championship winner as a player with Bellaghy, was manager of Glen when they made the breakthrough to the 2019 senior final when they lost out to Magherfafelt.

He stepped away from his role with Lavey’s management – where he now lives – following their semi-final exit to Sleacht Néill this season.

Donnelly coached under manager Hugh Mulholland when  the ‘Lough won the 2008 intermediate title and lost narrowly to Trillick in the Ulster final.

Greenlough won the intermediate title in 2015 and 2020 before losing the final to eventual All-Ireland champions Steelstown 12 months later.

They were without former Derry star Enda Lynn for the 2022 after his transfer to play football with Round Towers in London alongside fellow Greenlough players Kevin Mullan and Ryan Tohill


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