Aidan O’Rourke has been ratified as the new Armagh minor football manager.
The 2002 All-Ireland SFC winning wing back takes over the Orchard County minors for a second time after managing the Donegal seniors in an interim capacity this year. He has also had stints with Kildare, Down, Louth and Queen’s University in a long coaching career.
The Dromintee man will be assisted by Stefan Forker (Maghery), Chris McCarron (Wolfe Tones) and Pat McGeogh (Forkhill).
Meanwhile, former Antrim star Karl McKeegan has been reappointed Armagh senior hurling manager, with U20 boss Miceal Murphy and Jackie Carson acting as selectors.
At tonight’s County Committee Meeting Aidan O’Rourke was appointed as the County Minor Manager for 2024.— Armagh_GAA (@Armagh_GAA) September 25, 2023
His backroom team includes Stefan Forker (Maghery), Chris McCarron (Wolfe Tone) and Pat McGeough (Forkhill). pic.twitter.com/yOLiqDJ1YN