Cork camogie boss Murray returns for 10th season

January 26, 2021

Cork manager Paudie Murray.
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Paudie Murray is set to manager Cork’s senior camogs for a 10th year running after being re-appointed to his post last night.

Thus far, Murray has steered the Rebel County to four All-Ireland titles (2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018) and 2021 will no doubt see him and his players gunning for number five.

The last two championship have saw Cork losing out at the All-Ireland semi-final stage to eventual winners Galway (2019) and Kilkenny (2020), respectively.

Murray returns with a backroom team which includes his brother Kevin, a member of the Cork side that captured the Liam MacCarthy Cup in 1999.  

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