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Wednesday 22 November 2017

Dotsy's future undecided

Dub hurlers David O’Callaghan and Fergal Whitely at the Applegreen Kilmacud All-Ireland Hurling 7s launch. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile
Dub hurlers David O’Callaghan and Fergal Whitely at the Applegreen Kilmacud All-Ireland Hurling 7s launch. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Dublin hurler David O'Callaghan has left the door open with regard to his future intercounty plans.

O'Callaghan endured an injury-ravaged season but made it back for the end of the Dubs' disappointing championship campaign that culminated in Ger Cunningham's three-year term as manager coming to an end.

"The lads are probably sick of hearing me saying, 'I'm packing it in' or whatever," said 'Dotsy' at yesterday's launch of the Applegreen Kilmacud Crokes Hurling Sevens.

"It was great to get back playing this year in the couple of games. I know it didn't go too well for the team overall but it was great to get out there again and I felt I was starting to get up to a really good level coming up to the Tipperary game.

"Obviously I got to feature in that, but overall for the team it was disappointing. Look, ultimately we'll see who comes in and obviously if they want you on board.

"If I'm in a position where I have the appetite I suppose towards the end of the year and the want to do it, we'll wait and see then."

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