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Irish name  Donncha O Cofaigh
Years  Club
Sport  Hurling
Waterford titles  0

Position  Right corner-back
Name  Denis Coffey
Height  5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Education  Mackenzie High School
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Albums  Hair & Thangs, Goin' for Myself, Black Belt Jones
Genres  Soul music, Funk, Rhythm and blues, Disco
Record labels  Motown, Sussex Records, Westbound Records
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Denis Coffey (born 1983) is an Irish hurler who played as a right corner-back for the Waterford senior team.

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Coffey joined the team during the 2004 National League and was a semi-regular member of the team until after the 2008. During that time he won Munster medals and one National League medal as a non-playing substitute.

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At club level Coffey is a dual player with the Sliabh gCua-St. Mary's club.

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Club

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Coffey plays his club hurling with the St. Mary's club while he also plays Gaelic football with the Sliabh gCua club.

In 2011 he won a junior football championship medal with Sliabh gCua.

Inter-county

Coffey first came to prominence on the inter-county scene as a member of the Waterford minor hurling team in 2001. He enjoyed little success in this grade.

Coffey made his senior debut for Waterford in a National League game against Laois in 2004. He played a number of games during that campaign, however, he played no part in Waterford's successful Munster campaign later that season.

In 2007 he won a National League medal as a non-playing substitute when Waterford defeated Kilkenny by 0-20 to 0-18 in the final.

The following year Coffey was an unused substitute as Waterford faced a heavy 3-30 to 1-13 defeat by Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final.

References

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