Greg McGonigle is the new manager of the Armagh senior ladies football team.
The Derry native replaces former Kildare goalkeeper Shane McCormack, who stepped down in July and has since been recommended for the vacant manager’s post in Meath.
McGonigle previously managed Dublin and Monaghan, and takes over a team that will ply their trade in Division 1 next season after winning the Division 2 title earlier this year.
“Following a lengthy interview process and full support from clubs at our county board meeting, Armagh are delighted to announce that Greg McGonigle will be the new senior football manager for the 2024 season,” Armagh LGFA said in a statement.
“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. We look forward to a successful year and wish Greg and his team good luck for the new season.”
☄️SENIOR TEAM MANAGER APPOINTED ☄️— ArmaghLGFA (@ArmaghLGFA) September 5, 2023
Following a lengthy interview process and full support from clubs tonight at our county board meeting, Armagh are delighted to announce that Greg McGonigle will be the new Senior Football Manager for the 2024 season. pic.twitter.com/yxXlDGTfO8