Dean McCullough will enjoy a dual role at this year’s SuperCupNI - remaining in the post of County Armagh Association chairman but also taking control of the Junior section squad.
Increased commitments for Pat McGibbon following his appointment as permanent Portadown manager have prevented the former Northern Ireland international from serving as Junior manager this summer. Kris Lindsay has also left the coaching team due to a position with the Irish Football Association.
Coaching support for McCullough will arrive from Nathan McConville and Chris Chambers.
The Premier section backroom team will remain - with Brendan Grimes the manager, plus Andy Smith and Jay Willis as coaching staff.
JUNIOR SQUAD: David Walsh (Linfield), Adam McAlpine (Glenavon), Patrick Kerr (Armagh City), Jack McIvor (Glenavon), Lee Upton (Portadown Youth), Barney McKeown (Portadown Youth), Ruairi McDonald (Dungannon Swifts), Jack Adamson (Portadown Youth), Daniel Neill (Portadown Youth), Daniel Gordon (Portadown Youth), Scott McCann (Loughgall Youth), Harry Evans (Portadown Youth), Chris Hutchinson (Portadown Youth), Rioghan Crawford (Lurgan Celtic), Alberto Balde (Portadown Youth), Tom Barratt (Portadown Youth), Ryan Latifi (Portadown Youth), Ryan Carmichael (Loughgall Youth).
PREMIER SQUAD: Conor Larkin (Portadown), Craig Robinson (Bangor), Conor Kerr (Armagh City), Craig Taylor (Annagh United), Ross Larkin (Armagh City), Eoin Toal (Armagh City), Shea Geraghty (Dungannon Swifts), Owen McConville (Dungannon Swfits), Pablo Andrade (Linfield), Zac Wilson (Portadown), Cathal McGinty (Cliftonville), Edi Tavares (Armagh City), Oisin Smyth (Dungannon Swifts), Reece McEnerney (Glenavon), Ryan Leeman (Loughgall), Nedas Maciulaitis (Portadown), Lorcan Forde (Warrenpoint Town), Jackson Holmes (Portadown).
The Junior section draw provided the Orchard County boys with tests against County Tyrone, Rangers and Plymouth Argyle.
The Senior section fixtures will include group games with County Down, Ichifuna and Alset Colombia.
Play will run from Sunday, July 24 to Friday, July 29 in the competition previously known as the Milk Cup.