Former Mayo women’s football boss Frank Browne has switched codes and will manage Dublin’s senior camogie team in 2019.
Browne was in charge when Mayo made the 2017 All-Ireland final, which they lost to Dublin, and he has managed Mayo’s hurlers in the past too.
The Dublin Camogie Board released a statement saying that he was taking over from former Kilkenny goalkeeper David Herity, who stepped down recently.
Dublin camogie said: "Frank brings with him a proven track record with senior inter-county squads in both hurling and ladies football."
After listing some of his previous posts, they added: "He has also worked with the Roscommon senior hurling team as director of fitness and coaching.
"We wish Frank every success in his new role with our senior camogie team. Currently, Frank is putting together his selectors and a full list will be released once finalised."
The news comes after the recent appointment of six-time All-Ireland winner Philly McMahon as the Dublin Camogie Board’s Head of Performance.