Rory Gallagher on Kilcar management ticket

Rory Gallagher on Kilcar management ticket
Former assistant Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher, will be part of the Kilcar club management team for 2014 after being elected at the club’s AGM on Saturday evening.

Former assistant Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher, will be part of the Kilcar club management team for 2014 after being elected at the club’s AGM on Saturday evening.

Gallagher will join outgoing senior manager John McNulty and Michael Molloy in a management team that will look after both the senior and reserve teams in Towney for the coming year.

Michael McShane, who has become one of the senior referees in the county, is the Kilcar club’s new chairman. He takes over from Kevin Doogan while secretary and treasurer Fiona McGinley and John Curran remain in their positions.

Meanwhile Adrian Brennan will remain in charge of Ardara for another season. Brennan was ratified for the 2014 season at the club’s AGM held last night (Sunday).

St. Eunan’s will hold their AGM on Wednesday night and they are also on the look out for a new manager for 2014 as EamonO’Boyle has indicated that he is stepping down.

There are rumours that Donegal U-21 manager Maxi Curran is one name that is in the hat for the job, although there is also likely tobe interest in the post from within the St. Eunan’s club. The Letterkenny side were league winners in 2013 but they suffered the disappointment of losing out to Malin in the championship.