All-Ireland winning goalkeeper to continue as Dublin senior camogie boss

David Herity brought Dublin to an All-Ireland semi-final this year to cap off a successful campaign.

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FIVE-TIME ALL-Ireland winner David Herity has been re-appointed as manager of the Dublin senior camogie for another year, after guiding the team through a successful campaign.

Herity brought Dublin to an All-Ireland semi-final this year, the county’s first time to make it to this stage of the competition since 1990.

They bowed out of the championship at the hands of an experienced Kilkenny team but produced an encouraging display in that fixture.

Dublin booked their place in that game on the back of a famous victory over a much-fancied Wexford side in the quarter-final.

Speaking to RTÉ Sport after that win, he said:

“There’s a revolution happening in Dublin. The U16s, the minors, the premier juniors were all in All-Ireland semi-finals. It was up to us to stand up to the plate and get the seniors into it and we’ve done our job. I’m delighted.”

Herity’s management team will be confirmed at a later date.

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