A former Wexford hurling selector has got the Meath Senior Hurling gig…
Meath GAA has confirmed that they have put forward a former Wexford Senior hurling selector for ratification for the Meath Senior hurling managerial position.
Seoirse Bulfin will be joining up with the Meath Senior Hurling team as their new manager for the new inter-county hurling season.
Meath GAA chiefs confirmed the news of Bulfin’s appointment last night in a short statement that read:
“The management committee of Meath GAA have recommended that Seoirse Bulfin be put before the county committee for ratification as Meath senior hurling manager.
“Seoirse has nominated Steven Clynch and David Reilly as his selectors. Ciarán Keogh will be nominated as the S&C coach.”
Bulfin is well-known in GAA circles for being Davy Fitzgerald’s right-hand man.
When Fitzgerald was manager of the Wexford Senior hurling team from 2016 to 2021, Bulfin was there with him as a selector and a coach. Likewise, Bulfin played a key role with the Clare hurlers when they won the All-Ireland Senior hurling title in 2013.
On the topic of Fitzgerald, The Irish Independent reported that “speculation is mounting that there will be a second coming for Davy Fitzgerald as Waterford hurling boss” and an announcement from Waterford GAA is due imminently.
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