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Fulton named as Ireland men's coach
11 Mar 2014 12:12
Former South African international Craig Fulton has been announced as the new Ireland men’s hockey coach.
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Fulton, who has coached in Ireland both at a club level and as assistant national coach to the men’s team from 2006–2009, will commence his role in April before leading the side to Malaysia for the Champions Challenge 1 competition at the end of the month.
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He succeeds Andrew Meredith who departed the role as senior men’s coach in December 2013; assistant coach Mick McKinnon and Irish under-21 men’s coach Jonny Caren had taken over the side on an interim basis since then.
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Fulton, who competed for South Africa at the 1996 and 2004 Olympics, said: "I am delighted to be given this opportunity to coach the Irish national men's team. I have always reflected fondly on my previous coaching experiences in Ireland with club and country.
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"I look forward to working with this talented Irish team with the sole focus of qualifying the team for Rio 2016."
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