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What club is Kieran Kingston?

What club is Kieran Kingston?

the Cork senior hurling team
Kieran Kingston (born 9 September 1964) is an Irish hurling manager and former player who currently manages the Cork senior hurling team, for which he previously lined out as a player.

How old is Kieran Kingston?

57 years (September 9, 1964)Kieran Kingston / Age

Who is Shane Kingstons father?

Kingston was born in Douglas, Cork. His father, Kieran, and his uncle, Tom, won All-Ireland medals with Cork in 1986 and 1990 respectively.

Who is the current Cork senior hurling manager?

Kieran Kingston
Team Information Kieran Kingston (Tracton) is Cork Senior Hurling manager for 2021 this is his second year as Cork manager since his appointment in 2020.

Where is Cork hurling manager from?

Kingston is from the Tracton club and led the East Cork outfit to the Cork Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship final in 2010. “On behalf of the County Board, I would like to wish Kieran all the very best in his new position,” said Cork County Board chairman Ger Lane.

Who is the Waterford hurling manager?

Liam Cahill
Liam Cahill (born 13 October 1977) is an Irish hurling manager, former selector and player who is the current manager of the Waterford senior hurling team.

Is Shane Kingston related to Cork manager?

Shane, who is the son of Cork senior hurling manager Kiaran Kingston, kept busy during lockdown training for when matches could resume.

When was Cork last in Hurling All-Ireland?

The team last won the Munster Senior Championship in 2018, the All-Ireland Senior Championship in 2005 and the National League in 1998….Cork county hurling team.

Home venue(s): Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
Recent competitive record
Current All-Ireland status: Munster (SF) in 2020
Last championship title: 2005

When did Cork last win Hurling All-Ireland?

List of finals

Year Winner Venue
2005 Details Cork Croke Park, Dublin
2004 Details Cork Croke Park, Dublin
2003 Details Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin
2002 Details Kilkenny Croke Park, Dublin

Who was the Cork hurling manager in 2005?

Tomás O’Brien
On 16 October 2005, Newtownshandrum won the championship following a 0-15 to 0-09 defeat of Cloyne in the final….2005 Cork Senior Hurling Championship.

Runners-up Cloyne Donal Óg Cusack (captain) Tomás O’Brien (manager)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 33
Goals scored 89 (2.7 per match)
Points scored 809 (24.52 per match)

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