Cork hurling manager Kieran Kingston is set to remain in charge for a fourth season after being offered a one-year extension.
Kingston’s three-year term with the Rebels came to an end after last Saturday’s All-Ireland SHC quarter-final loss to Galway in Thurles.
However, there are reports that the Tracton clubman has been offered a one-year extension in the wake of the defeat to the Tribesmen.
It is understood that the Cork players are in favour of the move and, while Kingston was non-committal on his future after the game at Semple Stadium, it looks as though he will be back at the helm with the Leesiders in 2023.
Kieran Kingston set for another year in charge of Cork hurlers https://t.co/tHLxDNcNDG— EchoLive.ie (@echolivecork) June 22, 2022