Colm Bonnar is no longer the manager of the Tipperary senior hurlers.
He has been ‘relieved of his duties’ by the management committee of the county board.
His role was uncertain after finishing pointless in the Munster table, with Cork managing to put 3-30 passed them. His position was also not helped with the departure of coach Tommy Dunne along with selector Paul Curran.
Bonnar only spent one year in charge of the Premier County. Waterford boss Liam Cahill , is widely tipped to take control of Tipp, all though he has rejected advances before.
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