Former Down forward Danny Hughes has joined the race to become the next Cavan senior football manager.
Hughes, who won an All-Star in 2010 after starring in the Mourne County's run to the All-Ireland final where they were pipped by Cork, is keen on taking his first step into inter-county management after guiding his home club Saval to a Down IFC title last year.
The other three candidates for the post which was recently vacated by Mickey Graham are current captain and goalkeeper Raymond Galligan, former Clare manager Micheál McDermott and 1997 Ulster SFC winning forward Jason O'Reilly, who is currently in his second spell in charge of Cavan Gaels.
My good pal @Dannyhughes15Dh has put his name forward for the Cavan Senior Football Team job - Danny was a star man for the Down cause over the years and his knowledge of the game is second to none - I always enjoyed doing media work with him. Best of luck Danny 👍👌 pic.twitter.com/t8qCxZcbIS— John McMahon (@John_Mc_Mahon) August 1, 2023