Tyrone natives take Ramor reins

By Niall Gartland

TRILLICK native Jude McNabb will take charge of 2021 Cavan Senior champions Ramor for 2024.

The Meath-based McNabb played for his native Trillick in the nineties, and he has brought on board his brother Pat, who helped manage Omagh CBS to their second ever Hogan Cup title on St Patrick’s Day this year.

Elsewhere in the Breffni County, former Cavan senior inter-county manager Terry Hyland will remain at the helm of Killygarry for another year.

Fermanagh native Mark Monaghan will stay in charge of Ballinagh, while Mullahoran have confirmed that they will be managed by Longford native Donal Ledwith.

Crosserlough are yet to confirm who will replace Jimmy Higgins, who steered the side to success in the 2020 Senior Championship.

Former Castlerahan player Fergal Flanagan will manage his native club while Mickey O’Connor is back for a third year overseeing Lacken alongside selectors Joe Crowe and Mark Hyland. Elsewhere it was confirmed a few weeks back that Micheál Lyng and Seanie Johnston have assumed the managerial gig at Cavan Gaels while Gowna are yet to announce whether Fintan Reilly and Dermot McCabe will stay in charge.

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