Robbie O’Dwyer, son of GAA legend ‘Micko’, has taken the reins of Tipperary football giants Clonmel Commercials.
O’Dwyer takes over from Donegal native Charlie McGeever after the latter enjoyed a hugely successful seven-year stint with Clonmel which reaped four Tipperary SFC titles and a Munster crown for the club.
Having won senior crowns in 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2020, McGeever’s men were denied a three-in-a-row in the Premier County by Loughmore-Castleiney this past November.
O’Dwyer comes in having been involved with Nemo Rangers during 2018 when the Cork kingpins reached the All-Ireland club SFC final only to be beaten by the mighty Corofin.
Clonmel Commercials posted on social media today to confirm O’Dwyer’s ratification and also thank McGeever “for the memories”.
The best of luck to Robbie in the coming year and a big thanks to Charlie for the memories 💪 https://t.co/16TmAMk2VL— Clonmel Commercials (@CommercialsGAA) January 7, 2022