Gary Carmody has been charged with guiding Newlands Celtic back to within touching distance of Intermediate football.
The Clondlakin side made an exciting start to their first Major Sunday season defeating the likes of St Francis, St Kevins Boys and local rivals Clondalkin Celtic as they took nine points from their opening four games.
However, they only managed to add a further nine points throughout the remainder of the season and as a result went down with Ballyfermot United and Park Villa.
The clubs committee have now turned to Carmody as they face a return to LSL Major 1 Sunday.
Carmody has been managing schoolboy teams of late but has experience at adult level having managed Liffey Valley seniors in the past. .
“Gary is a hugely experienced coach well regarded in Clondalkin. We are hoping his commitment and enthusiasm will drive us to a successful season. Greg Shaw has been assistant manager for the last 2 years and has a great relationship with the players and committee from the club.He is highly rated from the club a great motivator and coach. So we are hoping for s good season,” the club explained.