Only two teams competing in the Division 3A league this season have retained the same management teams as 2022.
Ballyhegan: Barry Murphy
Ballyhegan have a new boss at the helm for 2023 with Barry Murphy taking over from Joe Feeney.
Murphy, a native of Ballyhegan, captained the club to Junior Championship success in 1995.
Ballyhegan were relegated to Junior football last season, having competed at Intermediate level for the last couple of years.
Clonmore: Brendan Donaghy & James Grimley
Brendan Donaghy and James Grimley will perform player/manager roles as Clonmore look to bounce back from relegation.
The pair take over from Gerry Cunningham, who took charge of the club midway through last season.
Donaghy retired from inter-county action at the end of last year, so will be available throughout the campaign.
Collegeland: Mickey Rea
Mickey Rea and Barry Hughes will lead Collegeland this season, replacing last year’s manager Kevin Blaney.
Hughes, who captained Cookstown to Intermediate All-Ireland glory in 2010, managed Sarsfield to a Division 2A league title in 2021.
Collegeland suffered relegation to Division 3A last season and crashed out of the championship at the hands of Culloville in the quarter-finals.
Dorsey: Barry Loughran
Former Dorsey footballer Barry Loughran will lead the Emmets this season for his first year in charge.
Brendan Lennon joins Loughran’s management ticket as a selector while Pat Conlon will coach the team.
Dorsey will be minus a couple of key players this season, so the aim will be to keep their Division 3A status.
Eire Og: Gary Brennan
Eire Og have a new management team in place, with Gary Brennan, Paddy Mallon and Conor Lavery coming in.
They replace the outgoing Martin McCleery, who was in charge of the Craigavon men last season.
Eire Og were knocked out of the IFC last year at the quarter-final stage, losing 0-8 to 0-4 to Middletown.
Lissummon: Seamus Loughran
Seamus Loughran guided Lissummon to the Junior Championship final last year, their first appearance since 2004.
Lissummon finished third in the Division 3A league table and will be pushing for promotion in 2023.
Loughran, who took Ballymacnab to their first ever SFC final in 2011, is back for his second year in charge.
St Michael’s: Seamus O’Callaghan
St Michael’s are one of the up-and-coming teams at Junior level and have a number of youngsters coming through.
Granemore native and former Clady manager Seamus O’Callaghan is back in charge of Newtown.
They were knocked out of the championship last season by Derrynoose but will hope for a better run in 2023.