Galway native Mattie Kenny to stay with the Dubs
He only took up the Dublin job earlier this year
Mattie Kenny has confirmed that he'll be staying on as Dublin senior hurling manager next year.
The back-to-back All-Ireland Club winning boss had been linked with the now vacant job in his native Galway following Michael Donoghue's resignation this week.
But Kenny says he'll be sticking with Dublin for the second of his three year term.
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