PAUDIE MURRAY IS to remain in charge of the Cork senior camogie team for the 2021 season.

Murray will now reach a decade in the role after being ratified as manager last night for the 10th year in a row by the camogie board on Leeside.

Since taking charge in 2012, he has guided Cork to four All-Ireland titles: 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018.

His side will be keen to regain the O’Duffy Cup this year, having suffered semi-final losses to the eventual champions – Galway in 2019, Kilkenny in 2020 – in each of the last two championship campaigns.

Murray returns with a backroom team that includes his brother Kevin, who was a member of the Rebels side that won the All-Ireland senior hurling title in 1999.

Cork senior camogie management for 2021

Manager: Paudie Murray
Lead coach: Kevin Murray
Coaching team: Matthew Twomey, Teddy O Donovan, Mark McNulty
Performance analysts: Niall Collins, Conor Weir
Strength & conditioning: Kevin Dunne
Nutritionist: Eoin Galvin
Performance coach: Barry Corkery
Physio: David Niblock
Doctor: Dr Paul O’Keeffe
Logistics: Damien Murray, Anthony O Neill
Board liaison officer: Marian McCarthy 

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