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Meyler steps down as Carlow senior hurling boss

The former Kerry and Wexford manager has held the position since 2012.

Meyler spent two years in charge.
Meyler spent two years in charge.
Image: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

CARLOW HAVE ANNOUNCED that John Meyler has left his position as the county’s senior hurling manager.

A statement released tonight reads: ”Carlow County Board have announced that Senior hurling manager John Meyler has stepped down after 2 years with the county.

“On behalf of Carlow GAA, county board, players and supporters, I would like to thank John Meyler for his dedication and commitment over the last two years. John is as passionate about hurling as you would every meet. We wish him every success in the future.”

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