Bill Mullaney will remain as Tipperary senior camogie manager for the 2022 season after falling just short against Galway in the All-Ireland semi-final last year.
Tipperary camogie have confirmed that Mullaney will be at the helm for a fifth successive season and has been responsible in part for the senior team competing with the likes of Cork, Galway, and Kilkenny in recent years.
His management team for the year has also been confirmed with Mary Howard, Carmel Bradshaw, Dinny Ferncombe, Denis Kelly and Alan O'Connor coming onboard again.
In his time as manager, Mullaney and his team have come very close in big matches, and this year, they lost out to Kilkenny in the league semi-final, and Galway in the All-Ireland semi-final but there is a sense that the team has more in them and the continuity will be welcomed in the camp.
The Ballinahinch man has been at the helm since 2018 and has overseen incremental progress with the team becoming a solid top four team, but have yet to make the breakthrough to an All-Ireland final.
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