Derry have announced that Rory Gallagher will remain in charge of their senior footballers until 2025.

Initially appointed ahead of the 2020 season on a three-year term, the Oak Leaf County's progress has seen the Fermanagh native given an additional three years.

Gallagher, who previously managed Donegal and Fermanagh, succeeded Damian McErlain in the hot seat when the latter stepped away after winning promotion from Division 4 in 2019.

The Division 3 title and a second promotion in three seasons were secured under Gallagher this year before Derry were narrowly beaten by Donegal in the Ulster Championship.

Antrim natives Dominic McKinley and Cormac Donnelly will remain joint managers of the county's senior hurlers for a second season.

Derry were runners-up to Offaly in this year's Christy Ring Cup and finished second in Division 2B of the Allianz Hurling League.