Leinster Senior League side Ayrfield United have wasted no time by adding Ross Carrig to their management team for the new season ahead.
The Club of course will ply their trade in Intermediate football this campaign in Senior 1B after they won the Major Sunday division last season and Carrig was part of that success having signed for the club in January.
Carrig has had a huge career in the amateur ranks where he has won trophies with the likes of Valley Park United, Ballymun United, Killester United in the Athletic Union League as well as representing the league in the Oscar Traynor and won that competition too.
He has also won in the Leinster Senior League with Crumlin United, St Mochtas and now Ayrfield United as well as national competitions such as the Football Association of Ireland Junior & Intermediate Cups ..
Ross can also boast an impressive CV with the Irish Amateur squad, having won the Quadrangular trophy and was part of the squad that claimed the UEFA Regions Cup at the Tallaght Stadium with over half a century of caps for his country.
Ross will Join Ciaran ‘Boppers’ McLoughlin, Stephen Broughan and Keith O’Connell in Ayrfields 1st season at Intermediate level in Senior Division 1B Sunday. They will face the likes of Larkview FC, Castleknock Celtic, Beggsboro FC, Kilbarrack United, St Kevins Boys, Hartstown Huntstown, Broadford Rovers, Mid Sutton Sportslink, Mount Merrion, Mullingar Athletic, Pegasus St James Athletic, St Francis.
The Saturday team have also a new Manager with Gary Deegan taking over at the helm.
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