Five teams competing in the Division 3B league have new management teams in place for the upcoming season.
An Port Mor: Gary McCrilly
Gary McCrilly is back in charge of An Port Mor this season as they compete in the Division 3A league.
An Port Mor reached the last four of the Junior Championship last season, but ultimately lost out to Lissummon.
Clady: Peter Beagan
Former Ballymacnab and Mullabrack boss Beagan returns for a second year at the helm with Clady.
Phillip Loughran, a 2002 All-Ireland winner, is also involved. Loughran coached Dorsey under Seamus Loughran a few years ago.
Clann Eireann II: Brian Mallon
Clann Eireann are the newbies in Division 3B, and they’ll be hoping to compete in their first year at this grade.
Brian Mallon and Stevie McAreavey, who were part of Ruairi Lavery’s senior management team last year, are the managers.
Killeavy II: Collie Fearon
Last year’s Division 3B league champions Killeavy II’s have a new manager in charge, with Collie Fearon taking over.
They were knocked out of the JFC in round one last year, by eventual finalists Lissummon. Killeavy will be out to push on this season and target promotion.
Mullabrack: Hugh McSorley
Mullabrack have a new manager in place for the upcoming season, with Hugh McSorley taking over.
It’s a few years now from Mullabrack reformed, and they will want to continue their year-on-year improvement.
Redmond O’Hanlon’s: Tony Bagnall
Former Glenn manager Tony Bagnall is in charge of the O’Hanlon’s club for the upcoming season.
Bagnall guided Glenn to a Down IFC title back in 2019 before stepping down at the end of last season. He replaces Ciaran Magenniss as the O’Hanlon’s boss.
Thomas Davis: Joe O’Kane
Former Derry player Joe O’Kane has taken over at Thomas Davis, replacing the outgoing Martin Kelly who took over midway through the 2022 season.
O’Kane’s management team is made up of Dessie Mulholland, Pat Courtney, Johnny Murphy and David O’Brien.