Ballinderry boss McKinless may quit after semi-final defeat

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McKinless may quit after semi-final defeat

Ballinderry manager Martin McKinless says he may step down following Saturday's All-Ireland club semi-final defeat by St Vincent's in Newry.

The Dublin side secured a 2-14 to 1013 win over the Ulster champions to book a place in the St Patrick's Day decider.

"I've been there a long time and maybe it's time someone else took the reins," said McKinless.

"I've no decision made yet. You can be around took long - the same face saying the same things."

He added: "I've done my bit and we'll see what happens.

"They've been a good bunch of lads. We've won the Derry title three times, got to the Ulster quarter-final, semi-final and then won the final, which was a big hurdle for us.

"It's a good achievement but it would have been nice to be running out at Croke Park on 17 March, although unfortunately that's not the case."

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