Ronan McCarthy appointed Cork boss for a further two years
The Cork County Executive have confirmed that Ronan McCarthy has been given a further two year term as boss of the Cork footballers.
The Douglas clubman has been in charge for the past three years, and oversaw a dramatic win over Kerry in this year’s Munster football championship.
A statement from the Cork County Executive read:
Cork County Executive are pleased to announce the reappointment of Ronan McCarthy as Cork Senior football manager for a further two-year term.
His selectors will be as follows: Cian O’Neill (CIT), Sean Hayes (Nemo Rangers), John Hayes (Carbery Rangers) and Bobbie O’Dwyer (Macroom).
The committee wish to extend our sincere thanks to outgoing selector Gary O’Halloran (Ballinora) who departs for family reasons.
Commenting on the appointment, Chairperson of Cork County Committee Marc Sheehan, thanked all involved, stating, “As we all hope for a return to the top table of Senior Inter-county football in the near future, on behalf of the board I wish to again recognise the incredible contribution of all involved, in particular Ronan, ahead of what we hope will be a productive two years.