St Martin's GAA Club have announced John Meyler as their new senior hurling boss.
Meyler takes over from Tomás Codd as manager. Codd had spent five years in charge, this season leading the club to Wexford senior title with victory over St Anne's.
Martin's were eliminated from the Leinster championship at the semi-final stage by reigning All-Ireland champions Ballyhale Shamrocks.
Meyler selectors will be Pat Frayne, Mick Kearney and Brendan Roche.
We are delighted to announce that John Meyler is our new senior manager and we wish him and his selectors - Pat Frayne, Mick Kearney & Brendan Roche - the very best of luck in the year ahead.
Huge thanks to Tomas Codd & his selectors on a great 5 years.
Naomh Máirtín abú! 🇱🇻💪 pic.twitter.com/cMh9eKEKwr
— St Martin's GAA Club (@StMartinsGAA) December 7, 2019
The 63-year-old's time as Cork manager came to an end during the summer after two campaigns. 2019 ended with a disappointing All-Ireland quarter-final defeat to Kilkenny.
Meyler was born in Wexford and played inter-county football and hurling for the county before college and work took him to Cork.
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