CORK’S EOIN CADOGAN confirmed on Saturday that he intends to focus on Gaelic football for the 2013 campaign.
The Douglas club man has been featuring as a dual star for the past three years but has now opted to concentrate on life with Conor Counihan’s squad.
He followed in a long tradition of Cork players who shone for both of the county’s senior sides.
But with the ever increasing demands on inter-county GAA players, is the dual star now a dying breed?
Here are some of the Rebels who have been to the fore at senior level over the years in both Gaelic football and hurling.