First bainisteoir departure of the summer in Connacht

The first bainisteoir to step down in Connacht (that’s the GAA’s definition of the province, by the way) since the start of the Championship (oops, hang on, let me check the situation with the Rossies first: no – all clear there, for the moment anyway) is London’s Noel Dunning who today announced that he was relinquishing his post in the Exiles’ dugout after four years. Paraphrasing the late, great Frank Sinatra, Noel says that if you can manage bainisteoiring in London then you can manage it anywhere. He’s probably right, you know. So just for you, Noel, here’s Frank with the original version.

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