Tipp camogie in crisis as senior Manager Eoin Kennedy is sacked

The Tipperary senior camogie team is in criss this week and might not participate in the All-Ireland championships following the sacking of Manager Eoin kennedy by the County Board.

The Tipperary senior camogie team is in criss this week and might not participate in the All-Ireland championships following the sacking of Manager Eoin kennedy by the County Board.

The move, which has taken observers of the game in The Premier County by a great deal of surprise, has sent shock waves throughout the scene and has forced the senior players to issue a statement giving their full backing to the Borris-Ileigh man who is a school Principal in Cork.

County Board officials relieved Eoin Kennedy of his duties following a meeting last week and at the present time the squad is rudderless with no Manager in place.

See this weeks Tipperary Star for full story.