Ollie Lennon to step down as Roscommon ladies manager

Roscommon senior ladies football manager Ollie Lennon is stepping down from his role after three years at the helm.

His successful stint in charge of the team has seen them, most recently, secure promotion to Division Two for next season along with making it to the Division Three league final earlier this year.

Unfortunately the season came to an end when Roscommon lost out narrowly to Leitrim in last Sunday’s All-Ireland IFC quarter final.

The Roscommon LGFA released a statement this afternoon saying: “It is with a heavy heart that we announce Ollie Lennon’s decision to step down as Roscommon Ladies Intermediate Football Manager after three years in charge.

“In that time he led Roscommon to the Connacht Intermediate Football Championship title in 2023 and the All-Ireland Division 3 league title in 2022.

“Roscommon LGFA wish to thank Ollie for his service, for the tireless work put in by him and his management team the last three years. His work as a manager and an ambassador for the game, went above and beyond.

“We wish Ollie and his management team the best of luck in all their future endeavours.

“Roscommon Chairperson Declan Walsh thanked Ollie and his management team and wished them the very best of luck going forward.

“The process of discussing the appointment of a new manager will begin.”