County Board to choose between two candidates for Dublin hurling job

The Dublin Senior Hurling team are set to have a new manager tonight.

The County Board management committee are said to be ready select either Pat Gilroy or Mattie Kenny.

Former football boss Gilory has limited hurling experience, but could be assisted by Ex-Galway manager Anthony Cunningham.

Kenny has steered Cuala to two County titles and their historic victory in the All-Ireland club final in March.

He previously worked with Cunningham as a Galway selector in 2011 and 2012.

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