|Irish name Ailein O Ceadagain|
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|Position Right corner-forward|
Name Alan Cadogan
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Career start 2014
|Born 17 May 1993 (age 22)
Douglas, Cork, Ireland (1993-05-17) |
Similar People Conor Lehane, Seamus Harnedy, Daniel Kearney, Eoin Cadogan, Paudie O'Sullivan
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Alan Cadogan (born 17 May 1993) is an Irish hurler who plays as a right corner-forward for the Cork senior team.
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Born in Douglas, Cadogan first played hurling and Gaelic football in his youth. He arrived on the inter-county scene at the age of seventeen, when he first linked up with the Cork minor football team, before later lining out with the under-21 sides in both codes. He made his senior hurling debut in the 2014 National Hurling League. Since then Cadogan has become a regular member of the team and has won one Munster medal.
At club level Cadogan plays both hurling and football with Douglas
Cadogan's brother, Eoin, also plays hurling and football with Cork.
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Cadogan first came to prominence on the inter-county scene as a member of the Cork minor football team in 2011, however, he enjoyed little success during his sole year in the grade.
In 2012 Cadogan won his first Munster medal with the under-21 footballers when he came on as a substitute in Cork's extra time 2-12 to 1-14 defeat of Kerry.
Cork retained the provincial crown in 2013, with Cadogan collecting a second Munster medal following a 1-17 to 0-9 win over Tipperary. Cork later faced Galway in the All-Ireland decider. The Galway team took a nine-point lead with just under twenty minutes left. However, Galway failed to score for the rest of the game, and while Cork fought back, Cadogan's side were defeated by 1-14 to 1-11.
In 2014 Cadogan was at right corner-forward, in what was his final year with the under-21 team. A 1-18 to 3-8 defeat of Tipperary gave him his third successive Munster medal.
Cadogan made his senior hurling championship debut in a 1-21 apiece Munster quarter-final draw with Waterford on 25 May 2014. He finished the game as man of the match. Cadogan later won his first Munster medal, as goals by Séamus Harnedy and Paudie O'Sullivan gave Cork a 2-24 to 0-24 victory over Limerick.