The Kilmacud Crokes senior footballers. INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Conor Deegan becomes new Kilmacud Crokes manager

The Dublin club have announced the Down native as Hugh Kenny’s replacement.

KILMACUD CROKES HAVE named Conor Deegan as manager of their senior footballers.

The former Down footballer, who won two All-Ireland titles in the 90s, takes over at the Dublin club from Hugh Kenny, who leaves after two years in charge.

According to the club, ex-Crokes back Deegan will be joined by selectors John Costello, Mick Jones, Declan Clancy and Mick Leahy.

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