Monday 16 September 2019

Browne takes over as Dubs camogie boss

Frank Browne. Photo: Matt Browne/Sportsfile
Frank Browne. Photo: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Frank Browne is the new Dublin senior camogie manager. He takes over from the former All-Ireland winning Kilkenny goalkeeper, David Herity, who is now managing the Kildare senior hurlers.

Wexford native, Browne, brings much inter-county experience to the role. He has managed senior inter-county squads in hurling and ladies football.

He managed both the Mayo senior ladies team and the Mayo senior hurlers. He brought the Mayo ladies to the 2017 All-Ireland final where they lost to Dublin.

He has also worked with the Roscommon senior hurlers as Director of Coaching.

His style of management and people skills have won him much acclaim among players and managerial colleagues.

Dublin officials are delighted to have secured the services of such a highly respected figure.

He will be in charge of a Dublin side that will again play in Division 1 of the National League.

Last season, they reached the All-Ireland Championship quarter-final, losing to Galway in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

The previous year, Herity guided Dublin to their first All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final in 27 years.

Browne is currently assembling his management and backroom crew.

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