Kelly to take Offaly camogie reins

October 04, 2019

St Rynagh's Albert Kelly. ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan.

Albert Kelly is poised to become the new Offaly senior camogie manager.

The St Rynagh's clubman's appointment is due to be ratified next week. His backroom team will consist of former Offaly hurler Roy Mannion, All-Ireland camogie winner Michelle Davis and two-time All-Star recipient and All Ireland Camogie and Poc Fáda winner Susan Earner.  

Kelly has led St Rynagh's to the last two county senior titles, while he also guided the Banagher club to a Leinster intermediate crown last year.

A statement from the Offaly camogie board read: "We wish Albert and his backroom team all the best as they embark on this new venture in their managerial careers.

"The Offaly county board are confident in the knowledge that some of the best camogie players in the country are playing in Offaly clubs and with Albert at the helm guiding them to their full potential we are looking forward to a very bright 2020 for the senior camogie team who will be competing in Division 1 National League, Senior Leinster Championship and the Senior All Ireland Championship."

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