Dublin senior camogie managers John Treacy and Willie Braine have parted ways with the team, according to a report from The Irish Sun this morning.
The report claims that the pair have stepped down after an impasse with county board officials.
Three members of the panel tested positive for Covid-19 last month and were forced to train individually, with collective training sessions only resuming this week.
Having taken over the reins less than 12 months ago, Treacy and Braine have departed a little over two weeks before Dublin resume their season.
It is understood that David Dunning, who is in charge of the Dubs intermediate team, is now set to step in as manager and will be joined by Na Fianna’s Nigel O’Hara.Tweet