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Published: 11:39 | 20/7/16

McGrath to remain with Fermanagh

Pete McGrath wants to remain in charge of the Fermanagh senior footballers and is hopeful the County Board will ratify his appointment.

McGrath has been in charge of the Ernesiders for the last three years and last year guided the team to an All-Ireland quarter-final.

Following their controversial exit from the All-Ireland series at the hands of Mayo, McGrath believes his team are capable of taking a big step forward and is keen to remain at the helm for another season.

“I thought about a lot of things and, at the end of it all, it's in everyone's interests that a decision be made sooner rather than later,” McGrath told the Irish News.

“I'd be more than happy to stay on if they want me.

“There's a lot of potential within the squad. The group of players have worked exceptionally hard over this last number of years and I think there is another level or two in them, and I'd be very keen to be the person leading the charge to get that out of them.”

Kingston explains Cork departure

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Bonner expects Donegal to be competitive

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Mayo captain urges Staunton to play on

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Mayo captain Sarah Tierney hopes Cora Staunton stays on for a 24th season of inter-county football in 2018.

Lynch set for Patrickswell return

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Cian Lynch is expected to start Patrickswell's Limerick club hurling quarter-final replay against Ballybrown on Saturday.

Kingston to leave Cork

19:57 | 23/9/17

Cork senior hurling manager Kieran Kingston has decided to step down after two years in charge.

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