Two-time Tipperary football All-Star Declan Browne has reprised his role as Graigue-Ballycallan senior hurling manager.
Browne, who represented Tipp in both codes, led Graigue to Kilkenny and Leinster Club IHC titles during his previous spell in charge in 2018.
He replaces former Galway hurling star Eugene Cloonan in the hotseat. Under Cloonan, who famously scored a goal with opponent Paddy O'Dwyer's hurl in Athenry's 2001 All-Ireland Club SHC final extra-time win over Graigue-Ballycallan, Graigue reached the quarter-finals of this year's Kilkenny SHC.
We’re delighted to say that Declan Browne has been ratified as our new Senior Hurling Manager for 2024.— Graigueballycallan (@graiguebcGAA) November 28, 2023
Declan lead us back up to Senior in 2018 when we won the Intermediate County Final, followed by a Leinster Final win. Welcome back Declan & we look forward to the season ahead pic.twitter.com/ZpmOWbQG62