TONY BOYLE WILL continue to be the man entrusted with leading the Dungloe senior footballers in 2016.
The 1992 All-Ireland winner was appointed for a second spell in charge of the Rosses Park outfit in late 2013 and will be assisted for the upcoming season by Ronan Brennan.
In 2015, Dungloe, with a number of young players in their ranks, some of whom helped the Dungloe/ Na Rossa amalgamation to the 2014 County Minor final, enjoyed a decent campaign.
In a difficult RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta SFC Group, Dungloe overcame Ardara 2-7 to 0-12 but were beaten by eventual finalists Naomh Conaill and St Eunan’s. Boyle’s team will meet the same three teams in this year’s competition.
Last year, Boyle took Dungloe to a sixth-placed finish in the Brian McCormick Sports All-County Football League Division One.
A club statement read:
Tony Boyle is confirmed as senior manager, with Ronan Brennan as part of his management team. We would like to wish them all the best with the forthcoming season & hope to have a fantastic 2016.
From all at the club, we would like to thank Dessie Gallagher, who has stepped down as the reserve manager. Dessie and his reserve team have been very consistent & we wish him all the best for the future.
Myles Sweeney has also stepped down as the Ladies Senior manager, with Conor Comack taking over the reigns. We would like to thank Myles for all his dedication with the ladies thus far and wish Conor all the best in his new role.