Naomh Conaill confirm new manager

By Michael McMullan

NAOMH Conaill have confirmed Martin Regan’s return to the senior manager post.
Regan stepped aside last November, but the club have confirmed to Gaelic Life that he is back in the hot seat.
Regan has yet to appoint a management team, but Michael McLaughlin, who was part of his backroom team, won’t be on board.  The Derry man has joined Damian Cassidy’s management team in Bellaghy.
Regan, a former Donegal minor manager, previously took charge of the club in 2015 and led his native club to three of their five Dr Maguire Cup titles.
Naomh Conaill will host Ardara when the new-look 13-team Division 1 begins on the first weekend of April.
Champions St Eunan’s retain Rory Kavanagh for a second season and have a bye in the opening weekend.
Conor Cunningham has taken over at 2017 winners Kilcar and Pauric Bonner is back for a third season in Glenswilly.
2018 Ulster champions Gaoth Dobhair have yet to finalise their management team after Joe Duffy and Kevin Cassidy stepped away last season.
Killybegs have yet to appoint a successor to John Cunningham and Bundoran are still in the process of appointing a new manager to replace Cathal Corey.
Duo Cathal Sweeney and Raymond McLaughlin have taken over from outgoing manager Daniel McLaughlin at St Michael’s.
Cloughaneely won the Intermediate title last year and have retained manager Michael Lynch for a sixth season.
In Glenfin, David Carroll and Gareth Martin – who part of Mark McGinty Senior’s backroom team last season – and have stepped up to the manager post.
In Division 2, Sean MacCumhaills have installed Mark O’Sullivan and Darren O’Leary as joint managers, taking over from Paul Rouse.
Former Donegal player Andrew Gallagher has taken charge of his native St Naul’s Kevin Sinclair is the new manager of Four Masters and will be assisted by his brother John.

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