Counihan Accepts New Term
Conor Counihan has accepted a new two year term as manager of the Cork Senior Footballers. A statement on the the official Cork GAA website confirmed the news last night. Selectors Ger O'Sullivan, Terry O'Neill and Jim Nolan will not be continuing in their roles, citing work commitments and the amount of time already served as selctors, while Peadar Healy will stay on. Click PLAY above to hear an excerpt from our interview with County Board Chairman Bob Ryan speaking on the Big Red Bench last weekend (obviously before Counihan accepted the deal), saying that offering the Aghada club man a new term makes sense
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