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GAA Stock Watch: Kenny Goes One Way While Sheedy Goes The Other

What a hectic weekend of Allianz League action it was.  In the Allianz Hurling League, our four semi-finalists have been confirmed. All-Ireland champions Limerick put a beating on Laois to set-up a tie with a high-flying Dublin side who shocked everybody by taking out Tipperary last weekend in Semple Stadium. The other semi-final pits 2017 All-Ireland champions, Galway against a …

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Cuala Manager Mattie Kenny Appointed Dublin Hurling Boss

Current Cuala boss, Mattie Kenny, has been appointed as the new Dublin hurling manager following the departure of Pat Gilroy at the end of the summer. He will serve a three-year term as manager. Mattie Kenny has been appointed Senior Hurling Manager for a three year term. The management team will be confirmed at the next meeting of the County …

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Possible Contenders To Succeed Pat Gilroy As Dublin Manager

There was widespread shock last night when it was announced that Dublin hurling manager, Pat Gilroy had left the role after just one year in charge. Dublin had made huge strides under his short stewardship and were highly competitive in the new-look Leinster championship this year. The 46-year-old released a statement citing work commitments as the reason behind his decision. …

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Dublin’s New Senior Hurling Manager Has Been Confirmed

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Dublin have confirmed their new senior hurling manager with a statement this morning. The Boys in Blue have been on the hunt for a new man at the helm since the departure of Ger Cunningham in July. The Cork native oversaw an ultimately disappointing three-year period, failing to hit the heights of the Anthony Daly era. Last week, the Dublin …

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Galway Confirm New Hurling Manager

Micheál Donoghue has been named as the new manager of the Galway senior hurlers tonight, after the county board ratified him ahead of Mattie Kenny and Justin Cambell. Donoghue takes over the reins from Anthony Cunningham, who was ousted by the players last month. Cunningham was in charge for four years, two of which they reached the All-Ireland final before losing …

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Eamon O’Shea Rules Himself Out Of Galway Job

One of the highest profile managers currently out of a coaching role has ruled himself out of taking the job as Galway hurling manager. Eamon O’Shea, who is based in Galway with work in NUIG as a professor of Economics, ended his three year tenure as manager of Tipperary with an All-Ireland semi-final loss to the Tribesmen in August. O’Shea …

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