Cork camogie head coach Matthew Twomey has resigned from the team just one month after winning the All-Ireland final.
On Monday, 4 September, Twomey reportedly announced to the county board that he does not plan to stay on for another year.
— Independent Sport (@IndoSport) September 5, 2023
Twomey succeeded Paudie Murray to become manager of the Cork camogie team in November 2021 on a two-year term deal with the option of a third year. Twomey had the choice to decide if he wanted to extend his contract but chose not to. Twomey's reason for not extending his contract has not been made known to the public.
In his first season in charge of the team, Cork reached both the league final and the All-Ireland final in 2022 but lost to Galway and Kilkenny respectively.
Cork beat Waterford in the All-Ireland final at Croke Park on Sunday August 6, marking their first All-Ireland title in five years.