Aidan Walsh and Alan Cadogan join Cork football panel

Duo link up with Peadar Healy’s squad after hurling campaign ends with Wexford loss

Aidan Walsh has joined up with the Cork football panel. Photograph: Inpho

Aidan Walsh has joined up with the Cork football panel. Photograph: Inpho

 

Cork’s footballers have been handed a boost with the news hurlers Aidan Walsh and Alan Cadogan will be joining the panel.

The Rebel’s hurling campaign came to a premature and disappointing end with last Saturday’s 1-17 to 0-23 defeat to Wexford.

And now both Walsh and Cadogan have made themselves available to football boss Peadar Healy and will be a welcome addition to the county squad.

Second Captains

According to reports in the Irish Examiner, the duo took part in training on Monday night.

An All-Ireland winner with the footballers in 2010, Walsh won an All-Star in 2010 and 2012, but last appeared in the the 2014 All-Ireland quarter-final defeat to Mayo before opting to concentrate on hurling.

Cadogan meanwhile is yet to feature in senior inter-county football but won three Munster U-21 titles between 2012 and 2014, and joins brother Eoin in the panel.

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