*Liam Cronin. Photograph: Martin Connolly
Ex Clare hurling trainer, Liam Cronin has joined the Cork senior camogie management team.
For three years, the Cappamore native was part of Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor’s management with the Clare senior hurlers. Since their departure, he has been snapped up by the Rebelletes as part of Paudie Murray’s new look management team.
Murray is continuing in charge of Cork for what will be his ninth season during which he has led the Leesiders to four All-Ireland titles. Cronin succeeds ex Cork hurler Kevin Murray in the coaching role. He will join Niall Collins, Michael Twomey, Liam O’Reilly, Damien Murray, Anthony O’Neill, Barry Corkery in the management team.
A secondary school teacher at Ard Scoil Ris, Liam in recent years guided the Limerick school to three Harty Cup and one Dean Ryan title. Prior to getting involved with Clare, he was coach to the Éire Óg senior hurlers, then managed by Gerry O’Connor.