Greenlough are on the lookout for a new manager, the County Derry Post can confirm.

Niall and Paul Conway were both removed from their position following a committee meeting on Tuesday night.

"It was not a decision that was taken lightly," commented club secretary Paul Downey, who was selector under Niall Conway.

"The players are on a two week break following the first part of the league and we will have someone appointed within this (mid-season) break."

Former Derry minor manager Niall Conway took over from Joe Cassidy at the start of the 2017 season, where he steered them to the semi-final of the senior championship.

Conway and Downey, also a selector under Joe Cassidy, were joined by Paul Conway for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.

Greenlough won their opening three games against Limavady, Faughanvale and Newbridge, before losing last weekend at home to Ballymaguigan.

They sit third in division 1B and won't have a league game until the competition resumes in mid-July.

The next game is at home to Newbridge on Friday, May 10 in the Sean Larkin Cup.

It will be the second managerial change of the season, following Enda Muldoon and Declan Mullan's decision to step away from the Banagher post.

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