Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Damien Mulligan has decided to step down as the manager of Moclair Cup finalists Belmullet.

During his four years in charge, Mulligan presided over one of the most successful periods in the north Mayo club’s history. In 2018, Mulligan’s first year in charge, Belmullet won the Intermediate Championship, defeating Burrishoole in the county final.

Over the course of his tenure, he would end up taking them from the Intermediate Club Championship to the final of the Senior Club Championship this year, where they lost to Knockmore. It was the first senior county final Belmullet played in for 40 years.

His time in charge will also be remembered for the development of key players for the club and county teams such as Ryan O’Donoghue.

Belmullet GAA said: “We would like to thank Damien and his backroom team for the effort they have put in developing our squad over the last four years and wish him and his family all the very best for the future.”

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