Fleming takes up Rangers' reins

December 08, 2017

Timmy Fleming in action for Kerry in 1993.
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Former Kerry captain Timmy Fleming has been appointed manager of his native club Laune Rangers.

A number of clubs are busy appointing managers for the coming year as the new fixture structure for 2018 means an earlier start to the season than before.

Fleming who won an All-Ireland U21 medal with the Kingdom in 1990, takes over the role from Joe Hayes who spent two years in charge of the side.

In 2012, Fleming guided Spa to the IFC final, where they were beaten by Finuge.

Meanwhile, Kerins O'Rahillys will be managed by former Kerry star Michael Quirke after Morgan Nix stepped down from the position. Quirke had worked with Nix in 2017, but takes sole charge now.

A number of clubs are on the look out for new managers after the men in charge in 2017 have stepped down from their positions.



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