Adrian O'Sullivan has released a statement announcing his decision to step down as Dublin Senior Camogie Manager.
"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.
There are a number of people who I'm grateful to at county board level but particularly Jenny Byrne and Karl O'Brien the two chairpersons during my tenure who couldn't have been more supportive.
I was very lucky to be surrounded by genuine and talented people on my management teams for the two seasons. As a manager you are only as good as the people around you and I can't thank them enough for the effort and commitment they gave to the project. Particularly this season - James, Colm, Conor and Jack - the inner circle, we lived in each others pockets four and five nights a week for eight months, experienced the highs and lows and had a ball doing it.
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.