Roscommon are the latest county to look for an intercounty senior manager after Anthony Cunningham confirmed he would not be looking to continue on for a 5th year. Having been appointed in 2018 Cunningham led the Rossies to a Connacht title in 2019 as well as a Division 2 league title in 2020. While they were relegated a year later, they repeated the league success earlier this year to secure Division 1 football for 2023. They also contested this years Connacht final going down to eventual All Ireland finalists Galway, but suffered a disappointing defeat to Clare in the All Ireland qualifiers. Commenting on the news, Roscommon GAA Chairperson Brian Carroll said
I want to thank Anthony for everything he has done for Roscommon football over the last 4 years. Anthony gave it everything while manager and we had many memorable days along the journey. On behalf of everyone in Roscommon I want to thank Anthony and his management teams for all their efforts and work. Anthony is one of life’s gentlemen and I wish him the very best of luck in the future.
Roscommon GAA Executive Committee will now begin the process of appointing a new senior football manager.