Bonagee United are on the hunt for a new manager for their Ulster Senior League team following the departure of Tony O’Carroll.
Following a disappointing season, O’Carroll has parted ways at Dry Arch Park after one season in charge.
O’Carroll – pictured with Michael Funston – had been appointed last July to succeed Peter Moran.
Derry native O’Carroll had previous managed Bonagee’s reserves in the now-defunct Ulster Senior League Division One, while he had some success at the Ardmore club in Derry.
Bonagee collected just 11 points and won only two games in the 2017/18 season.
Only Swilly Rovers – whose manager Gerry Crossan also stepped aside – were beneath them when the season concluded.