AUDIO: County Chairman Discusses Hurling Appointments
John Meyler has been confirmed as the new Cork Senior Hurling Coach.
The St Finbarrs clubman has been given a two year term, succeeding Kieran Kingston at the helm.
Image right via Cork GAA.
Denis Ring has been appointed Under 21 Coach after four years as Minor Manager and steering the side to Munster honours and the All Ireland Final, while John Considine is the new Cork Minor Manager after his success with the Under 17's this year.
We've spoken to the Cork County Board Chairman Ger Lane about these appointments, as well as proceeding's at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday for the official opening of the redeveloped Pairc Ui Chaoimh as it hosts the Senior Football Championship Final replay and the Senior Hurling decider between Blackrock and Imokilly.
We've got a big County Final Preview broadcasting on the Cork's Red FM Facebook Page tonight from 8:45 where the Hurling Appointments are sure to provide another talking point for our expert panel...
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