Ex-Tipperary goalkeeper Darren Gleeson named Antrim hurling manager

Former Tipperary goalkeeper Darren Gleeson was called the Antrim hurling manager.
Two All-Ireland titles were won by the Portroe club man throughout his playing career with the Premier County, starting between the articles from 2016.
During the 2019 season, he joined the Antrim hurling set-up in a training capacity.
“Darren Gleeson has probably brought a professional approach to our setup,” Saffrons celebrity Neil McManus told Sky Sports at the beginning of the summer.
“We are better prepared than we have been formerly, and he has brought his secrets from becoming a former All-Ireland winner with Tipperary in our changing room, and that could only be an advantage to people.”
Gleeson will be hoping to direct the Ulster county in 2020 to Joe McDonagh Cup success.
Outgoing manager Neal Pedan is now the first Manager of Hurling of the county.
Meanwhile, the soccer boss Lenny Harbison of the Saffron County was ratified for the season ahead.
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