Former Armagh forward Ronan Clarke has taken on a new managerial role.
The 2002 All-Ireland SFC winner will manage Antrim senior football hopefuls St James', Aldergrove this year.
The 2019 IFC champions will be hoping to improve on their showing from last year which saw them finish bottom of their group in the SFC.
38-year-old Pearse Og clubman Clarke has had stints in charge of Silverbridge, Cavan Gaels and Armagh senior ladies in recent seasons.
Naomh Séamas CLG are delighted to announce the appointment of Ronan Clarke, former Armagh all Ireland winner as our senior manager for the 2021 season. We wish Ronan well for the year ahead. pic.twitter.com/tOFAe4XdES— Naomh Séamas CLG (@aldergrovegaa) January 23, 2021