Liam Cahill announced as new Tipperary senior hurling manager on three-year term


LIAM CAHILL HAS been confirmed as the brand new Tipperary senior hurling supervisor on a three-year-term.

In a transfer broadly anticipated within the wake of his departure from his function in Waterford final Friday, Cahill has returned to his native county.

Cahill turned down the possibility to take cost of Tipperary on the shut of 2021, paving the way in which for Colm Bonnar to be on the helm this season.

“After managing the Tipperary underage groups to success previously, it’s a large honour for myself, my household and my membership to be appointed the Tipperary senior hurling supervisor,” Cahill stated in a press release from Tipperary GAA following his appointment.

“I stay up for the challenges that lay forward and can start the meeting of my backroom workforce within the coming weeks.”

The assertion provides that Toomevara’s Michael Beavens will be part of Cahill’s administration having labored collectively previously. Cahill’s appointment will go to subsequent county committee assembly for last ratification. 

The championship proved a massively disappointing one for Tipperary as they misplaced all 4 video games within the Munster round-robin collection. Bonnar was final week ‘relieved of his duties’ by the Tipperary county board, a call that the Cashel native expressed his excessive disappointment with.

Cahill opted to not take the Waterford senior job for a fourth season. He loved excessive factors throughout his tenure with the Deise, guiding them to the Munster and All-Eire finals in 2020, whereas he steered them to league last glory in April on the expense of Cork.

Waterford’s Munster marketing campaign started with a hit towards Tipperary however then fell flat as losses to Limerick, Cork and Clare ensured they didn’t qualify for the All-Eire collection.

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Taking on the Tipperary place will spark lots anticipation given the massive success he loved with the county’s underage groups. Cahill has received All-Eire titles as a supervisor with the Tipperary minors in 2016, U21s in 2018 and U20s in 2019.

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