Cronin replaces Davy Fitz' as Cork camogie coach

November 09, 2022

A view of a Cork flag.

Liam Cronin has reprised his role as Cork camogie coach following Davy Fitzgerald’s departure to the Waterford hurlers.

The Limerick native will work alongside manager Matthew Twomey, having been previously involved with the Cork camogs in 2020. He spent the last two seasons coaching the Dublin hurlers when Mattie Kenny was manager and also coached Clare for three years under joint-manager Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor. Cronin is currently coaching the Ardscoil Rís Limerick Harty Cup team.

Cork will hope it’s a case of third time lucky in 2023 after losing the last two All-Ireland finals to Galway and Kilkenny respectively.

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