*Tomás Ryan. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography
Newmarket-on-Fergus have assembled a new senior hurling management for 2021.
Tomás Ryan who was in charge of the last Newmarket team to win a Minor A hurling title back in 2010 has been tasked with managing the side. It will not be his first involvement at this level having worked as a selector to both Tom McNamara (2014) and Colin Lynch (2016). He succeeds former Limerick camogie boss John Tuohy who stepped down from the role after one season.
A Harty Cup and Croke Cup winning captain with St Flannan’s College in 1998, Brian Clancy is on board as a selector with the side. Ex St Josephs Doora/Barefield coach David McCormack returns to his native club as does James Carrig whose three year tenure in charge of Crusheen concluded last season.
Senior B finalists last season, Newmarket-on-Fergus came up short against Clonlara in the decider having lost earlier to the same opposition in the first round of the championship. Inagh/Kilnamona ended their involvement in the championship but they used the Senior B campaign to blood new players while also recording wins over Wolfe Tones and Clarecastle.
Their roles were unveiled at the club’s recent Annual General Meeting (AGM) which saw Freddy McInerney returned as Chairman for a sixth year in succession. Ex Clare Bord na nÓg secretary Concepta O’Connor continues as secretary for the club with Eamon Curley a new addition to the Executive.
Patron: Fr Tom Fitzpatrick
Presidents: Buddy McMahon & Pat Halpin
Chairman: Freddy McInerney
Vice Chairman: Seanie McMahon
Secretary: Concepta O’Connor
Treasurer: James Clancy
Asst Treasurer: Cathal Conway
PRO: Colm Liddy
Development Officer: Noel McInerney
Games Development Officer: Eamon Curley
County Board Delegate: Siobhán Marren
Children’s Officer: Siobhán Conway
Irish Language & Culture Officer: Siobhán Conway
Camogie Chairperson: Pat Keogh
Ladies Football Chairperson: Michael D’Arcy
Bord na nÓg Chair: Damian Hogan
Bord na nÓg Secretary: Darren Duggan
Registrar: Ken Tucker
Health & Well-being Officer: Ken Tucker