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Kingston, Ryan And Cusack Set For Cork Hurling Jobs

Kingston, Ryan And Cusack Set For Cork Hurling Jobs
By PJ Browne Updated

Cork GAA has announced the future of its hurling management backroom teams at senior, U20 and minor levels.

As expected, Kieran Kingston is set to return to the senior role which he vacated two years ago. The Tracton clubman will be recommended as manager for a three-year term along with coaches Ger Cunningham and Diarmuid O'Sullivan.

Under his guidance, Cork reached the 2017 All-Ireland semi-final, losing to Waterford. He subsequently stepped down due to commitments outside of hurling.

Pat Ryan, who previously served as a selector under Kingston, will take over from Denis Ring as U20 boss on a two-year term. His backroom team will be made up of Donal O'Mahony, Brendan Coleman, Fergal Condon and Wayne Sherlock.

In a somewhat surprising move, Donal Óg Cusack has been recommended as minor boss on a one-year term. Jimmy Barry Murphy has also been linked with the role.

Cusack's coaching team will feature, among others, Seán Óg Ó hAilpín and Tom Kenny.

Picture credit: Sportsfile

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