Peter “Chap” Cleere has been officially ratified as the new manager for the Kilkenny Senior Camogie team.
A former All-Ireland winner with Kilkenny himself, Cleere brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record to the role.
Having tasted success on the field, Cleere transitioned seamlessly into coaching, with a notable stint as the manager of the Carlow Senior Camogie team. Under his guidance, the Carlow team experienced a significant upturn, culminating in the acquisition of a league title.
As Cleere takes the reins from the highly successful Brian Dowling, who secured All-Ireland glory with Kilkenny, expectations are high for the continuation of the county’s success. Dowling, in turn, has moved on to a new challenge, replacing David Herity as the Kildare hurling manager.
The appointment of Cleere signifies a changing of the guard, but it also represents a continuity of success for Kilkenny camogie. With his playing days contributing to Kilkenny’s storied history and his coaching achievements with Carlow,.
Kilkenny fans are eager to see how Cleere will shape the team’s future and build upon the foundations laid by his predecessors. The departure of Dowling, who left an indelible mark on the team, is met with excitement for what Cleere can bring to the table. His experience both as a player and a successful manager positions him uniquely to guide the team through the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
In the dynamic world of sports management, Cleere’s appointment adds another chapter to the ongoing narrative of Kilkenny camogie. As the team looks toward the future, the hopes of fans are pinned on Peter “Chap” Cleere to lead Kilkenny Senior Camogie to new heights, building on the legacy of success that defines the county’s camogie history.
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