Tipperary hurler, John O’Dwyer and Tipperary Camogie Player Cáit Devane have been announced as the winners of the Hurler of the Year and Camogie Player of the Year respectively in the 2015 Munster GAA Awards.
The Regional Development Officer (RDO), with an office base in Munster GAA Offices, Limerick is assigned to work in Waterford, Cork, Kerry, Clare, Limerick and Tipperary. This post is offered on the basis of a 3 year fixed term contract.
The nominations for the 2009 Camogie All Stars in association with O’Neill’s were announced today with All-Ireland champions Cork being rewarded with 12 nominations. From the other Munster counties, Tipperary (3), Clare (2) and Limerick (1) are also included.
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