Dublin’s first All-Ireland winning manager takes over as Carlow ladies football boss

GERRY McGILL WILL be at the helm for the Carlow ladies footballers in 2019.

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The Leinster county have announced that the former Donegal goalkeeper will succeed Bart Gilmartin as manager for next season.

McGill has a wealth of experience, having guided Dublin to their first All-Ireland senior ladies football title back in 2010.

In 2016, he brought the Tipperary ladies to an All-Ireland intermediate semi-final. McGill who has played for the Éire Óg club in Carlow, also served as a selector for the Tipp men’s U21 and senior sides.

Well-known strength and conditioning coach Jim Kilty will form part of McGill’s backroom team.

Carlow narrowly missed out on a semi-final place in this year’s All-Ireland junior championship.

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