Carlow GAA have announced that Kilkenny native Tom Mullally will take over as Carlow Senior Hurling manager.
Mullally has previously guided Mount Leinster Rangers to Leinster success in 2013, in the process becoming in the first senior provincial title-holders in all of Carlow’s hurling history and shocking Oulart the Ballagh in the process on a scoreline of 0-11 to 0-08.
In 2014 Mullally would falter on the cusp of All-Ireland success by losing to Portumna in the final.
He also was involved with the Clara side who claimed a historic Kilkenny senior title victory in 2013 and 2015. Most recently the Glenmore man was a selector for the Carlow U20 team.
A new look for Carlow
Bonnar stepped down this past November after four-year term at the helm of the county’s senior hurlers, his departure one of a number of changes Carlow GAA have had to deal with over the last 12 months.
Between Turlough O’Brien stepping down as senior football manager and the chairperson reins being handed over to Jim Bolger, Carlow go into 2021 with a new outlook and fresh purpose.
We are delighted to announce this evening that Kilkenny native Tom Mullally has been ratified as Manager of our Senior Hurling Team.
We wish Tom and his soon to be announced Management Team every success🇬🇳@itcarlow 🇬🇳 #CarlowRising 🇬🇳 pic.twitter.com/mP5f2cHWnh
— Carlow GAA (@Carlow_GAA) January 21, 2021