Hogan new U-21 Tipp boss

By Jackie Cahill

FORMER Tipperary senior team manager Ken Hogan has been handed a two-year term in charge of the county’s U21 hurlers.

Hogan, who takes over from former team-mate Declan Carr, won five Munster titles and two All-Ireland crowns during a successful playing career as goalkeeper with the Premier County.

Hogan, from the Lorrha-Dorrha club, was quick to step into management when his playing days ended and served as a selector alongside former Tipp senior boss Fr Tom Fogarty in the 1990s.

He later held the same position when Nicky English was in charge before Hogan was elevated to the top position in his own right when he succeeded Michael Doyle as team boss in 2003.

This story appeared in the printed version of the Irish Examiner Monday, October 26, 2009

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