Glebe Rangers are on the search for a new manager.
In a statement to the Times, officials said: “It is with regret to once again announce that we are on the search for a new manager after the shock resignation of Peter Cairns on Monday night.
“Following the much improved performance on Saturday against Annagh we felt that it was only a matter of time before our fortunes changed. However Peter informed club chairman Davy John McBride that due to family commitments overseas he would be unavailable for 4 weeks between now and the new year.
“After a lengthy discussion, both reluctantly agreed that with the current league position, we need somebody who is there 100%.
“On behalf of the club as a whole, I would like to thank Peter and his team for all their hard work and wish them every success for the future. Peter was a popular figure within the club and will definitely be missed.”