David Herity has resigned as manager of the Dublin senior camogie team.
The five-time All-Ireland winning Kilkenny hurling goalkeeper enjoyed a successful 2017 with the Dubs as he guided his side to their first All-Ireland semi-final since 1990.
It was a disappointing end to Dublin's 2018 campaign, and ultimately Herity's tenure as he watched his side get well-beaten 0-20 to 0-04 by Galway at the quarter-finals stage.
Herity confirmed tonight that he was resigned from his position, while adding his belief that the future of Dublin camogie is 'considerably bright'.
Dublin is second behind Cork in the All-Ireland roll of honour on 26, two behind Cork, but have only won the title once since the sixties, with their last crown in 1984.
In a statement released on social media, Herity said: "I would sincerely like to thank the Dublin clubs and management team for supporting and encouraging me in my role as manager.
"I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to work with this exceptional group of players who have, from the moment I was appointed, worked so hard and shown dedication, energy and enthusiasm.
"The future of Dublin camogie is considerably bright. It has been my great honour to contribute to the development of this wonderful group of players, who are bound for even greater glories in years to come."