After a successful League Final win over neighbours St Judes, Andy McEntee has officially stepped down as Ballyboden St Enda’s Senior Football manager. With a number of achievements under his belt at Ballyboden St Enda’s – he takes on the role of Meath Senior Football manager.

The club is pleased to announce his successor, Dublin man John O’Brien who has been appointed manager of the senior football team. During his playing career, John represented Dublin at minor, U21 and Senior level, after which he began his coaching career with DIT and then Curraha in Meath. He lead Curraha to county and provincial Junior football titles in 2015, and was rewarded with the Meath Manager of the Year award following this success.

Commenting on the appointment, Ballyboden Football Chairman Eoin Dunne said “Following the selection of Andy McEntee as the Meath senior manager, we completed a thorough process to find a suitable successor. Of all of the candidates that were considered, John emerged as a young, dynamic and ambitious manger, who we believe has the right skills and qualities to lead the Ballyboden St Enda’s senior football team in the coming years. We want to build upon our recent successes, and we also want ensure that we achieve the full potential of the considerable playing talent that is available in our club and we are excited at the prospect of working with John to do just that.

For more information contact Sinead Ryan  – 0863010829