After three success laden years, Martin Greene has opted to step down from the manager's position with Derrygonnelly Harps.

Greene took charge of the Harps in 2015 and has won the senior championship title in each of his three years at the helm while he also won two SFL Division One titles over the three years.

The Harps have become the top club in Fermanagh during Greene's reign and have also shown this year that they are capable of holding their own with the best in Ulster.

A victory over Armagh Harps in this year's quarter-final was the club's first ever win in the Ulster Club arena and they were agonisingly close to reaching the final with an injury time goal seeing them edged out by a point by Cavan Gaels in last Sunday's Ulster Club semi-final replay.

Greene, who informed the players of his decision earlier this week, feels that the time was right for him to step down for the post.

“I took the job for the right reasons three years ago and I feel that it is the right time now to step down.

“I have had three great years as manager and I've really enjoyed the job and I just want to thank the players for all their efforts and I also want to thank the management team and the club for everything.

“There is a great squad and hopefully the next manager can go on and help them to go a step further,” said Greene.