There will be plenty of managerial change among Fermanagh clubs for the forthcoming season with some familiar faces returning to the Fermanagh club scene.

Sean Donnelly, who has had stints with both Teemore and Irvienstown, has taken over the reigns at St Patrick’s Donagh while former county selector and player, Shane McCabe will take charge of his native Belcoo.

Meanwhile Tempo have Trillick man Pat McNabb in the hotseat while Teemore have opted for tried and tested with former manager Mickey Wallace, who guided the Shamrocks to their last county final, back as number one.

Aiden Gilroy, who has managed his native Ederney and was involved with Belnaleck over the past two seasons, has been appointed joint manager at Derrylin along with clubman Ashton Gilheaney.

Peter Clarke, who guided Lisnaskea to All Ireland Intermediate success in 2011, is once again in charge of the Emmetts and will be looking to return the club to prominence.

Meanwhile it is understood that Fermanagh under 20 manager Ollie Fay is poised to take over at Kinawley, after Mark Monaghan stepped down after five years at the helm. It is also believed that Peter McGinnity will return to Roslea, after their run to a county final last year.

Five in a row champions Derrygonnelly have Brendan Rasdale and Sean Flanagan back in charge as they look to extend their total domination of Fermanagh football.

Enniskillen Gaels have reappointed John Reihill to the manager’s positions and joining his backroom team is former manager Simon Bradley, who guided the county town club to their last championship in 2006.

Bradley’s younger brother Colm will once again be over Belnaleck having guided the Art MacMurroughs to division one last season.

Mickey Cassidy is back in the Ederney hotseat as the St Joseph’s club look to land that elusive championship title while Coa O’Dwyers have reappointed Gary Donnelly to the position of senior manager.

Aghadrumsee will be managed by former county goalkeeper and prolific St Pat’s Donagh scorer, Pat Cadden as they look to force their way into the top four in division two.

Meanwhile six Fermanagh clubs are yet to make an appointment for their senior team this season, with Erne Gaels, Brookeboro, Maguiresbridge, Irvinestown, Devenish and Newtownbutler all reported to be on the look out for new management for the 2020 season.