Roscommon manager Davy Burke is on the lookout for a new coach after Mark McHugh departed the role.
The 2012 All-Ireland SFC winner with Donegal has stepped down because he can no longer commit to the amount of travel involved. McHugh’s departure comes just a year after he was appointed on a three-year term.
Burke has already brought in a new selector in former The Downs manager Lar Wall, who replaced Gerry McGowan.
Mark McHugh has opted out of Davy Burke's backroom team according to @RoscommonGAA on Sunday. Ultan Harney and Ronan Daly are back and ready to resume training however Conor Daly and Cian McKeon are out of the panel for the moment as both are away.@RoscommonPeople pic.twitter.com/IOP2KseCx7— Seamus Duke (@SeamusDuke) November 19, 2023