Cuala GAA Club has unveiled John Twomey as the new team manager for their Dublin Champion Senior Hurlers and the eye-catching appointment of Eddie Brennan as team coach.

Twomey captained the Dublin Hurlers to a Leinster Final in 1990 and played for the county over a period of nearly ten years. He won Dublin Senior Hurling and Football Championships with Erin’s Isle but has been an active member of Cuala for many years.

Brennan is recognised as one of the all-time great forwards to play the game. A long career with Kilkenny saw him win 11 Leinster titles, eight All Ireland Titles and four All-Star Awards.

His management career has included spells with the Kilkenny U21 Hurlers where he won a Leinster Championship Title, and with the Laois Senior Hurlers.

He departed that role after Laois exited the Championship and following some controversial comments aired inadvertently on a SportsJoe.ie podcast with Colm Parkinson

They take charge of a Cuala team that are the reigning Dublin Senior Hurling Champions and who have won two AIB All Ireland Club titles in recent years.

 

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