Terenure College, who recently secured their All-Ireland League Division 1A status with a brilliant end to the season, are delighted to announce that Sean Skehan has been appointed as the club’s new head coach.
Skehan brings a wealth of experience to the role which was vacated by James Blaney. He is a Dublin native who came through St. Michael’s College and studied in UCD, while playing club rugby with Wanderers FC.
Skehan has been a senior coach for Garryowen, director of rugby at Glenstall Abbey (delivering their first ever Munster Schools Senior Cup title in 2018), and has also been backs and attack coach with the Munster Under-19s.
Speaking about his appointment, Sean said:
I am extremely honoured and excited to be appointed as head coach of Terenure College RFC. Terenure is a proud community club with huge potential to build on the success of recent seasons. I look forward to working with all the players, staff, volunteers, supporters and wider community over the coming seasons as we strive towards our goals.”