FORMER Armagh All-Ireland winning defender Andrew McCann has been appointed manager of Seneschalstown in succession to Dermot Smyth who resigned following the SFC semi-final defeat at the hands of Wolfe Tones.
The Portadown native is a former Seneschalstown player and won Keegan Cup medals with the club in 2007 and 2009.
He tasted All-Ireland success with his native county in 2002 when lining out at wing back in the historic breakthrough for the Orchard County as they defeated Kerry 1-12 to 0-14 in the final.
McCann was involved in the build-up to Armagh's second half goal scored by Oisin McConville, which changed the course of the game. He is also the holder of five Ulster SFC medals.