HIGHLY successful Limerick coach Adrian O’Sullivan has been named as Dublin’s senior camogie manager for the upcoming season.
In his relatively short career as a coach, silverware has followed everywhere O’Sullivan as he has lead a number of sides to championship honours.
He is the current manager of the UL Ashbourne Cup team with whom he has won successive titles in 2019 and 2020.
With the Limerick camogie side, he helped the minors to a first ever Minor A All-Ireland triumph in 2014, before coaching the intermediates to All-Ireland glory later that year.
He also was involved with the Kilkenny side who won the Intermediate championship in 2016.
He has experience as a coach in hurling also, with Joe Quaid and the Kildare hurlers in 2016 and ’17 before they guided Westmeath to promotion to the top tier of the League in 2019.
Added to that, he has club championship medals as a coach with Thomastown in Camogie and Clonkill in hurling.
O’Sullivan will have Donie Fox as coach of the side.
In the 2020 championship, Dublin lost both of their group games to Clare and Tipperary.
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