Gault takes reins at Ballymacash
Former Linfield captain Michael Gault has left Annagh United to accept his first managerial role.
The 36-year-old has taken charge of Lisburn side Ballymacash Rangers.
Gault's former Blues team-mate Chris Kingsberry and Northern Ireland schoolboy international Andy Patterson complete the managerial team.
"I'm delighted to join Ballymacash Rangers as first team manager," said Gault, who made over 480 appearances for Linfield in a career that also included spells with Portadown, Crusaders and Ballymena United.
"Having completed my Uefa B Licence last year, now I can start my management career and pass on my experience to not only the first team but the youth teams at Ballymacash Rangers."
Ballymacash club official Neil Woolsey said: "We have ambitious plans to take this club to the next level both on the park and off the park and the experience Gaulty and Kingo will bring will certainly help us achieve this."
Meanwhile, former Cliftonville midfielder Ryan Catney has joined St James' Swifts.
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