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Into the unknown: St Enda’s Frank Fitzsimmons

Into the unknown: St Enda’s Frank Fitzsimmons

Former GAA player Conor McKenna

Former GAA player Conor McKenna

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Into the unknown: St Enda’s Frank Fitzsimmons

Like many others, the St Enda's manager Frankie Fitzsimmons had become used to being off the hamster wheel that is year-on-year involvement with Gaelic Games.

Since he came in as selector to Liam Bradley with the Antrim senior team for the 2014 season, he has been involved in the nuts and bolts of a never-ending season.

By 2015, he had succeeded Bradley and managed his county for three seasons. After that, he fell in with St Enda's who, along with this coaching partner Pat Hughes, he brought to an All-Ireland Intermediate club final in 2019.