Patrick Horgan will captain the Cork hurlers in 2020 as the county look to end a wait of 15 years for All-Ireland success.
The Glen Rovers clubman, who recently picked up his fourth All Star award, was the choice of Rebels manager Kieran Kingston who is back at the helm for a second stint.
Horgan previously skippered the Munster county in 2012, taking over from Donal Óg Cusack, who sustained an injury during that year's league campaign.
The 31-year-old made his senior county debut in 2008 and while he has three provincial medals to his name, Liam MacCarthy glory has so far eluded the talented forward.
Last summer, Horgan bagged a tally of 3-10 in Cork's All-Ireland quarter-final defeat against Kilkenny.
PATRICK HORGAN CAPTAINS CORK FOR 2020— Glen Rovers (@GlenRovers_) November 16, 2019
What a huge honours for @Hoggie088 we are so proud of you Patrick a wonderful role model for every young boy and girl who play our games WELL DONE AND BEST OF LUCK FOR THE SEASON AHEAD @BlackwaterMotor #SDgaelic#borntoplay pic.twitter.com/o0KRB4rSgB