Ballina and Mayo star David Brady has been announced as the new man in charge of the Ratoath senior footballers.

2019 and 2020 Meath Senior Football champions Ratoath have made a significant managerial appointment for next season, after announcing that former Mayo star David Brady is taking the reins.

The 47-year-old, who played against Meath in the All-Ireland Final of 1996, is a former player and manager of his native Ballina Stephenites, winning an All-Ireland Club title as a player in 2005.
In more recent times, he’s worked as a pundit and journalist.

Brady will be replacing Brian Farrell in the Ratoath hot seat.

This season Ratoath lost their grip on the Keegan Cup, losing to eventual champions Wolfe Tones in the semi-finals – that put an end to their 3 in a row aspiration.