Skye looking for new second team manager
Skye Camanachd are looking for a new second team manager after Davie Pringle confirmed he is standing down after two years in the hot seat. Davie Pringle has taken a lead role with the Skye seconds for the last two seasons whilst also being part of John MacLeod’s senior management team during his three-year tenure with the Skye first team.
Pringle led the Skye colts to the Marine Harvest North Division 2 title in his first season in charge and his side consolidated their Marine Harvest North Division 1 status last season, finishing in a credible fifth position.
Davie Pringle was named 2016 Youth Coach of the Year at the recent Marine Harvest Camanachd Association Awards and will continue in his role as Skye Camanachd U17 Head Coach.
Skye Camanachd chairman Douglas MacDougall said: ‘ We’d all like to thank Davie for his commitment to taking training for the first team, second team and U17s and his involvement with the management team which was set up three years ago.
Again, as with the first team, we have second team players who have developed significantly as a result of Davie’s efforts and we appreciate that endeavour.’
Skye Camanachd, who have also started the search for a new first team manager to replace John Macleod, are assessing a couple of options ahead of naming Pringle’s replacement.