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Eamon O'Shea

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Dr. Eamon O'Shea (born 1958) is an Irish former hurler who played as a right wing-forward at senior level for the Tipperary and Dublin county teams. O'Shea began his senior career during the 1979 championship and was a regular player on the inter-county scene until his retirement after the 1986 championship. During that time he won one National Hurling League winners' medal. At club level O'Shea is an All-Ireland medalist with Kilruane MacDonagh's. In addition to this he has also won one Munster and four county club championship medals. A former coach of the Tipperary senior hurling team, O'Shea was appointed manager of the team in September 2012. O'Shea is currently based in Galway and works as the head of Economics at NUI Galway. Playing career Club O'Shea enjoyed a hugely successful career with the Kilruane MacDonagh's club. He was just out of the minor grade in 1977 when he captured his first championship medal at senior level following a 1–5 to 0–5 defeat
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