Tipp senior hurlers have new fitness coach

Ross Dunphy has been appointed as Fitness/Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team for 2012. 33 year old Ross is a native of Wexford and holds a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Limerick. Ross is from the Clonard GAA Club in Wexford town and has represented Wexford at all levels of Gaelic Football. Ross has been involved in coaching both hurling and Gaelic football since 2004. He trained the Toomevara senior hurling team for three seasons and the Kildare U21’s in 2009. He has also been on the coaching and management team with Sarsfields GAA club in Newbridge County Kildare over the past few seasons. Ross brings a wealth of ability and experience to his new position and both the Tipperary senior hurling management team and players are looking forward to working with him during the coming season.

Ross Dunphy has been appointed as Fitness/Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team for 2012. 33 year old Ross is a native of Wexford and holds a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Limerick. Ross is from the Clonard GAA Club in Wexford town and has represented Wexford at all levels of Gaelic Football. Ross has been involved in coaching both hurling and Gaelic football since 2004. He trained the Toomevara senior hurling team for three seasons and the Kildare U21’s in 2009. He has also been on the coaching and management team with Sarsfields GAA club in Newbridge County Kildare over the past few seasons. Ross brings a wealth of ability and experience to his new position and both the Tipperary senior hurling management team and players are looking forward to working with him during the coming season.