The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has announced the appointment of Lyn Savage as National Development Manager.
Continuing the LGFA's recent rate of growth and expansion, Lyn will help to oversee the implementation of the association's new Strategic Plan, which will be launched shortly.
She has been working with the LGFA for ten years, and is a former GPO with the Dublin county board.
A graduate of Ulster University, Jordanstown, Lyn was an inter-county player with Louth for 15 years, and she hails from the Cooley Kickhams club.
Lyn is a qualified Coaching Ireland tutor, and has also gained qualifications in LGFA FUNdamentals Level 1 & Level 2, GAA Foundation Level and Level 1 Football and Hurling, and FAI Kickstart 1 & 2.
Lyn, who was previously a National Development Officer with the LGFA, is also hugely involved in the Climb4Clare campaign and the associated CLIMB programme.