As GAA clubs across the county are in the process of finalising their management teams for 2023 news has emerged this New Year’s day that Inagh-Kilnamona have secured the services of Louis Mulqueen as coach/trainer of their senior hurlers for 2023.

The Rice College primcipal is one of the most experienced and successful hurling coaches around having led clubs to county, Provincial and National successes.

Trainer of Clare’s All-Ireland minor winning hurling team in 1997, he went on to enjoy huge success as coach/trainer with St Josephs, Doora-Barefield leading them to back to back county and Provincial titles and to All-Ireland club success.

He was part of Davy Fitzgerald’s management team when Clare won the Liam McCarthy cup in 2013.

Having spent time as trainer of the Galway senior hurlers when they were managed by Ger Loughnane, he managed the Liam Mellows club to Galway championship glory and last year he was in charge of the senior hurlers at the famed Blackrock club in Cork leading them to the county final where they lost out to St Finbarrs.

A native of Ennis he takes over at Inagh-Kilnamona from Eugene Cullinan who managed the mid Clare club for the past two seasons, leading them to the Clare final in 2021.

The Inagh-Kilnamona club is presently finalising arrangements to appont a selection committee to work with Mulqueen.

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