Former Tipperary hurling star Paul Kelly has been named as Dublin's new senior camogie manager.
The two-time All-Ireland winner and double All-Star has been appointed on a three-year term in succession to Adrian O'Sullivan. He previously managed his native Mullinahone and is a brother of Tipp great, Eoin Kelly.
His backroom team includes head coach Gerry McQuaid, who coached Wexford to a three-in-a-row of O'Duffy Cups, and Micky McCullough, who was involved with the Dublin and Ballyboden St Enda's hurlers as well as the Kilkenny camogie team in the recent past.
"Paul brings a wealth of experience to the role, having previously won two All-Ireland senior hurling titles as a player in 2001 and 2010, and two All-Stars in 2002 and 2005. At management level Paul has managed at senior hurling and LGFA in Mullinahone were success was achieved," Dublin Camogie said in a statement.
Dublin Camogie are delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Kelly (Tipperary) as their new senior manger. Paul takes up the role on a 3 year term #dublincamogie #gaa https://t.co/4NKWEVszJq pic.twitter.com/BNSsLgF7rH— Dublin Camogie (@CamogieDublin) October 25, 2022