Former Mount Leinster Rangers manager Tom Mullally is the new man at the helm of the Carlow senior hurlers.
He takes over from Colm Bonnar, who stepped down in November after a successful tenure that saw the Barrowsiders play in the Leinster SHC and claim Joe McDonagh and Christy Ring Cup success.
Kilkenny native Mullally led Mount Leinster Rangers to a provincial title in 2013 ahead of reaching the All-Ireland final in 2014, where they lost to Portumna. He also had a spell in charge of the Wexford U21s in 2018, a year where they lost narrowly to Galway in the Leinster final.
In 2020, Mullally was involved with the Carlow minors and managed Naas.
We are delighted to announce this evening that Kilkenny native Tom Mullally has been ratified as Manager of our Senior Hurling Team.— Carlow GAA (@Carlow_GAA) January 21, 2021
We wish Tom and his soon to be announced Management Team every success🇬🇳@itcarlow 🇬🇳 #CarlowRising 🇬🇳 pic.twitter.com/mP5f2cHWnh