Mick Bohan has been ratified as the Dublin lades football manager for two more years.

Having steered the Dubs to back-to-back All-Ireland titles, Bohan will lead the side into 2019 looking to keep the silver flowing. 

He was a man in demand having enjoyed terrific success with the Blues Sisters. Bohan previously served time on Jim Gavin's coaching staff and helped Colm Collins' Clare to the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals in 2016.

This is is second stint with the Dublin ladies; he previously took the reins back in 2003.

A statement from Dublin LGFA read: "Mick Bohan was last night reappointed as Dublin manager by club delegates for a new two-year term.

"Bohan has guided the Blues Sisters to two All-Irelands, two provincial titles along with the county’s first NFL crown since first being appointed senior manager back in December 2016."