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There were rumblings of discontent at last night's Limerick county board meeting

Dinny Cahill’s appointment as the county’s new senior hurling team coach wasn’t plain sailing.

Newly-appointed Limerick senior hurling team coach Dinny Cahill.
Newly-appointed Limerick senior hurling team coach Dinny Cahill.
Image: Cathal Noonan

THE APPOINTMENT OF Dinny Cahill as Limerick’s new senior hurling coach was rubberstamped as a county board meeting last night.

But the arrival of the Tipperary native, a former Laois and Antrim senior manager, was greeted with some rumblings of discontent from delegates.

Local reporters Martin Kiely and Jerome O’Connell have indicated that Cahill’s ratification as coach alongside manager TJ Ryan wasn’t plain sailing:

It was also announced last night that current Limerick GAA chiefs will remain in situ for 2016.

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