Micheál Donoghue extends Galway hurling reign by two years

GALWAY HAVE RATIFIED senior hurling manager Micheál Donoghue for a further two years at a county committee meeting tonight.

The Clarinbridge man took the reins from Anthony Cunningham in 2015 and two seasons later led the Tribesmen to their first All-Ireland hurling success in 29 years.

Galway have also won two Leinster Championships and a National League title under Donoghue’s three-year watch to date.

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Donoghue, 44, was named the top sports manager in the country in 2017, beating Aidan O’Brien, John Caulfield and Jim Gavin to the top gong last year.

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