Murray, O'Dwyer and Ricken to continue as Cork managers
Three Cork managers were reappointed last night.
Paudie Murray is to continue as Cork camogie boss for 2020.
It'll be Murray's ninth year in charge - the Rebels have won four All Ireland titles in that time.
Liam Cronin, coach with the Clare senior hurlers for the past three years, will come into Murray's backroom team.
Meanwhile at last night's County board meeting All Ireland winning Cork football managers Bobbie O'Dwyer and Keith Ricken were reappointed until 2021.
O'Dwyer led the minor footballers to All Ireland success at the start of September, beating Galway in the final in Croke Park.
Ricken was in charge as the under 20 footballers won the All Ireland in style, beating Dublin by 8 points in August's final.
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