O’Rourke and Bradley to remain at Donegal helm

AIDAN O’Rourke will continue as Donegal interim manager, assisted by Paddy Bradley,  for the rest of the season Donegal GAA have confirmed.

The duo – who won Sigerson Cup medals together with UUJ in 2001 – were part of outgoing manager Paddy Carr’s management team.

Carr stood down last week from his position with O’Rourke and Bradley overseeing their defeat in Roscommon on Sunday in the final league.

“Aidan O’Rourke will continue as interim manager and head coach of the Donegal Senior Squad for the Ulster Championship and for the 2023 All-Ireland series. Paddy Bradley will assist Aidan,” a statement outlined on Tuesday afternoon.

“CLG Dhún na nGall are also delighted to welcome Antoin McFadden as Strength and Conditioning coach.”

Donegal were relegated to Division Two for 2024 and their next game is their opening round of the Ulster SFC against Down in Páirc Esler on April 23.

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