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Dublin ratify All-Ireland winning boss for 2022 season

Mick Bohan will be aiming for Dublin to bounce back from September’s loss against Meath.

MICK BOHAN IS set to remain as Dublin senior ladies football manager for the 2022 season.

mick-bohan-speaks-to-his-team-after-the-game Dublin manager Mick Bohan. Source: Laszlo Geczo/INPHO

Dublin LGFA delegates this evening ratified Bohan for another year at the helm.

Bohan had previously been ratified for a second term in charge back in December 2016 and has overseen a spell of huge success since, yielding four All-Ireland senior titles, three Leinster victories and two National football league successes.

Last September, Bohan’s winning run with Dublin came to a close as they lost out to Meath in the All-Ireland decider, their five-in-a-row ambitions thwarted in Croke Park.

Bohan is a former part of Jim Gavin’s Dublin management sides and had roles coaching the Clare senior footballers and DCU Sigerson Cup teams.

Full details of Bohan’s senior management team for next season with Dublin will be announced in the coming weeks.

Elsewhere on Tuesday night, Donegal LGFA confirmed that Maxi Curran will continue at the helm in 2022.


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Curran took over for his second stint in 2018, having previously guided the Donegal ladies to All-Ireland junior glory in 2003. In the interim, he worked alongside Jim McGuiness and Rory Gallagher in the men’s set-up.

Curran oversaw Ulster title successes in 2018 and 2019, and a run to the All-Ireland senior semi-final in the former year.

They were edged out by Bohan’s Dublin in the 2021 quarter-final, and were pipped to provincial glory by Armagh.

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