Davy Fitzgerald will coach the Cork Camogie team in 2022 meaning that, for the 36th consecutive year, he will be involved in the inter-county game as either a player, coach or manager. How good a story is this, the former two time All-Winner as a player with Clare was unlucky not to get the Galway job, with Henry Shefflin getting the role. Instead Davy Fitzgerald will get coach the Cork Camogie team. We wish Davy Fitz’s all the best in his new role an exciting appointment from the Cork Camogie team.
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Cork camogie have confirmed that Davy Fitzgerald is their new coach with Matthew Twomey taking over as manager.https://t.co/SG34KodF1K
— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) November 29, 2021
— Patrick Mulcahy (@PaMulSport) November 29, 2021
🗣 "I'll be helping Cork Camogie a small bit next year."
— Off The Ball (@offtheball) November 30, 2021
Davy Fitzgerald relishing chance to link up with Cork camogie team https://t.co/s5vWJUlKjo
— EchoLive.ie (@echolivecork) November 29, 2021