Dublin will be on the lookout for a new senior camogie manager for the 2023 season.
O’Sullivan released a short statement of his own on Monday afternoon confirming his departure ahead of an official statement from Dublin Camogie.
“After much consideration I have informed the county board of my decision not to continue in my role as Dublin senior camogie manager.
It has been a phenomenal experience from taking on my first inter-county managerial role in the height of the pandemic and the chaotic short season which followed, to managing a rebuild of the squad and the adventure we went on this season with such a youthful squad. I leave this role with nothing but respect and admiration for the effort and dedication of every single player who donned the Dublin jersey these past seasons.
I wish everyone involved in Dublin camogie the very best for the future and I look forward to watching your progress over the coming seasons.”
Dublin Camogie followed up on Monday night with a short statement of their own.
“It is with great regret that Dublin Camogie has today been informed that Adrian O’Sullivan, Senior Manager, is not seeking ratification for 2023. On behalf of Dublin Camogie, we thank Adrian and the management team for their work over the previous two seasons.
During his tenure, Adrian brought a new level of professionalism to the Dublin Camogie set up for which we are very grateful. We wish him continued success in all his future endeavours.”
Dublin reached their first Leinster final in a long time this year, starting brightly against Kilkenny before the Cats dug in and brushed Dublin aside by double-digits. They would meet again in the All-Ireland quarter-finals in FBD Semple Stadium, again Kilkenny putting in a dominating performance to book a semi-final date with Galway, ultimately going on to lift the O’Duffy Cup for the 15th time.