Reports today are linking Anthony Cunningham with two vacant inter-county managerial positions.

The former Galway hurling manager has emerged as a possible successor to Kevin McStay, who stood down as Roscommon football manager in September-  that's according to The Irish Sun.

The Rossies have had no joy in finding a replacement for Kevin McStay since his resignation, with Armagh’s Aidan O’Rourke pulling out of the race recently, and now Cunningham, who was a selector with Dublin's hurlers this year, looks to be a front runner after having managed St Brigid’s two county titles and a Connacht crown in 2006.

Meanwhile, a report in the Irish News indicates that Antrim have “sounded out” Anthony Cunningham and ex-Dublin boss Anthony Daly to take over the county’s senior hurlers for 2019.

 

 

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