CORK camogie’s All Ireland winning manager Paudie Murray has stepped down.
The four time All Ireland winner confirmed he was leaving his position in an email to the Cork County board on Monday night.
Murray took over the role in 2012 and has enjoyed brilliant success in his time in charge.
A statement said: “Having the opportunity to work with, and learn from, a backroom team whose professionalism, expertise and knowledge was a huge honour and I will be forever indebted to them
“I wish to thank and pay tribute to an incredible bunch of players that I have had the honour to manage throughout my tenure.
“The joy, the tears, the sense of camaraderie and the memories shared will stay with me forever.
“You have been a credit to yourselves and I thank your families and partners for inculcating in you a sense of decency, a humility and a work ethic that will stand the test of time.
“I wish you every success in the future.”
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Murray twice guided Cork to back to back All Ireland titles beating Kilkenny in 2014 to win it in his second year in charge before downing Galway the following year.
He repeated the feat two years later edging out Kilkenny by a single point in back to back finals in 2017 and 2018.
Murray again had Cork back in the All Ireland final this year where they were beaten in the decider by Galway.