Wednesday, August 03, 2022

Anthony Cunningham has informed Roscommon GAA that he does not wish to be considered for a fifth year as manager of the Roscommon senior football team. Picture: ©INPHO/Evan Logan

Anthony Cunningham has informed Roscommon GAA that he does not wish to be considered for a fifth year as manager of the Roscommon senior football team.

Cunningham was appointed as Roscommon senior football manager in November 2018 and he led Roscommon to a memorable Connacht Championship title win in 2019.

He led Roscommon to two Allianz Football League Division 2 titles. The first in 2020 and again this year, ensuring that Roscommon will be playing Division 1 football in 2023. Roscommon also won the Connacht FBD Insurance League in 2019.

Commenting on the news, Roscommon GAA Chairperson Brian Carroll said: “I want to thank Anthony for everything he has done for Roscommon football over the last 4 years. Anthony gave it everything while manager and we had many memorable days along the journey. On behalf of everyone in Roscommon I want to thank Anthony and his management teams for all their efforts and work. Anthony is one of life’s gentlemen and I wish him the very best of luck in the future.”

Roscommon GAA Executive Committee will now begin the process of appointing a new senior football manager.

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