LSL Senior Sunday 1 side Leixlip United are on the hunt for a new manager.
Brendan Lennon, who lead the side back to the Intermediate top flight just over 12 months ago has stepped away leaving a vacancy at an attractive club.
Lennon enjoyed success with the Kildare side, but couldn’t keep them up in what was a competitive Senior Sunday division last term.
United went down after finishing twelfth and 11 points off Cherry Orchard and safety.
The amateur Candy Strips won seven of 26 games drawing three and losing 16 and as a result make an immediate return to the Intermediate second tier.
The plans for promotion in the 2018/19 season will be plotted by a new manager as a change at the helm is inevitable after Lennon’s depature.
The club is currently accepting applications and are looking for a manager with ‘high level’ experience to ‘build on solid foundations’.