Tipp search for new minor boss

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Tuesday October 07 2008

TIPPERARY officials are searching for a new minor hurling team manager after former playing great Declan Ryan confirmed that he has stepped down from the county post.

County board chairman John Costigan hopes to have a successor in place in time for next Tuesday’s scheduled meeting of the board executive but added: "That’s by no means certain. We may have to wait until the county board meeting a fortnight later." 

From irishtimes.ie

Tipperary officials are searching for a minor hurling team manager after Declan Ryan confirmed he had stepped down.

Ryan, along with coach Tommy Dunne, guided the Premier County to All-Ireland minor glory in 2007 but the county lost to Cork in this year’s Munster final.

County board chairman John Costigan has confirmed the reappointment of Liam Sheedy as senior hurling team manager, while John Evans has agreed to another season in charge of the senior footballers.

Declan Carr’s second season over the under-21 hurling squad has also been rubberstamped.

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