Roscommon GAA are on the lookout for a new football manager after Anthony Cunningham stepped down from the role this morning.

In a statement issued by the county board, they claimed Cunningham does not wish to be considered for a fifth year in the role.

He was appointed to the position in November 2018 and led Roscommon to a Connacht Championship title win in 2019.

They also won two Allianz Football League Division 2 titles, with the latest coming in their most recent campaign, ensuring that the Rossies will be playing in the top tier in 2023.

Roscommon GAA chairperson Brian Carroll said: "I want to thank Anthony for everything he has done for Roscommon football over the last four years.

"Anthony gave it everything while manager and we had many memorable days along the journey.

"On behalf of everyone in Roscommon I want to thank Anthony and his management teams for all their efforts and work. Anthony is one of life's gentlemen and I wish him the very best of luck in the future".

Roscommon will now begin the process of appointing a new senior football manager in the latest vacancy in the inter-county scene.