The Cork GAA Executive has today confirmed that Ronan McCarthy has stepped down as Cork Senior Football manager following recent discussions with board officers.
All in Cork GAA wish to thank Ronan sincerely for his decades of service to GAA at all levels in the county, as player, coach and manager.
In more recent times, this has included a four-year term as Cork Senior Football manager, having previously served as selector and coach for a total of three years.
County Chairperson Marc Sheehan said “Ronan has been an outstanding servant to Cork GAA over many years, and I would like to thank him both personally and on behalf of Cork for all that he has done. We wish Ronan, his selectors and backroom team all the best in their future endeavours and thank all involved for an immeasurable contribution over a number of years.”
A process will now be put in place for the appointment of a new manager.