Cahalane pledges services to Cork hurlers

Cahalane pledges services to Cork hurlers

Cork star Damien Cahalane has confirmed that he is to focus on hurling at inter-county level next year.

Cork football manager Brian Cuthbert, though disappointed, said he wished Damien well.

"It's a tough decision for any player to make, and while we are disappointed, Damien is always welcome to return to football in the future," he said.

All three of Cork's dual players in 2014 have now committed to one code only for 2015.

Cahalane and Aidan Walsh have opted for hurling, with Eoin Cadogan deciding to play football.

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