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Five-time All-Ireland winner joins the Dublin camogie backroom

Capital boost as David Herity joins Shane O’Brien’s backroom.

Herity retired in 2014, calling time on a decorated inter-county career with Kilkenny.
Herity retired in 2014, calling time on a decorated inter-county career with Kilkenny.
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FORMER KILKENNY HURLING goalkeeper David Herity will coach the Dublin senior camogie team in 2016.

Herity, who won five All-Irelands with the Cats before retiring last year, was confirmed yesterday as part of Shane O’Brien’s backroom.

“Looking forward to working with the @CamogieDublin team for 2016,” he tweeted. “Excited to see how we progress.”

Paul O’Donoghue returns as coach/selector ahead of the new campaign, while DCU’s John Matthews is the strength and conditioning coach and Michael O’Grady continues as team advisor.

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