The Dublin County Committee this evening appointed Ger Cunningham as the Dublin Senior Hurling Manager for a three-year term. Selectors will be appointed at a later stage.
Speaking after the announcement County Chairman Andy Kettle said: “This is another chapter in Ger’s distinguished GAA life and I wish him every success in his new role. I am confident that Ger will build on the progress achieved by his predecessors over the next three years.”
The former Cork senior hurler made 50 senior championship appearances for the Rebel County after making his debut in 1981.
Ger was honoured on four occasions on the All-Star team as well as being named Hurler of the Year in 1986.
He is also the holder of seven Munster SHC titles and three All-Irelands during a career that concluded with his retirement in January 1999.
Most recently he was a selector with the Cork hurlers last year.