Paddy Johns named new Dungannon coach
Dungannon Rugby Club have appointed Paddy Johns as Head Coach for the upcoming season.
The former Irish captain takes over the reins from former Ulster player Justin Fitzpatrick.
Paddy began playing mini rugby at Dungannon from the age of seven, before playing the game for RS Dungannon and then the senior squad at Dungannon in 1987. He was first capped by Ireland three years later and made a total of 59 appearances for the team.
After a professional spell at Saracens, Paddy returned to Dungannon where he captained the club to the first All Ireland League win by an Ulster club in 2001.
He also captained Ulster and Ireland before retiring from the game in 2002.