Following on from Teddy Holland's appointment last month as Cork's new senior football manager, the Cork County Board have confirmed the side's selectors for the coming year.
Holland assisted the seven-man committee charged with appointing the new selectors, who include dual All-Ireland winner Teddy McCarthy.
Glanmire man McCarthy has played inter-county hurling and football for the Rebel county at all levels.
Also part of Holland's backroom staff will be former Cork footballer Mick O'Loughlin from Bishoptown. He was previously a selector with the Rebels' senior and minor football panels and is currently in his fifth as a Cork U-21 football selector. He is to continue in that role.
Cork will have two other selectors in Diarmuid O'Donovan of St Nick's and St Finbarr's clubman Liam Hodnett.
O'Donovan, a former Cork minor coach, is the son of Donie Donovan, coach to the Cork side that won the All-Ireland SFC title in 1973.
Hodnett has acted as a selector to the Cork seniors, minors and U-21s in recent years.