Cork man will work with Billy Lee
Former All Star Paudie Kissane has joined new Limerick manager Billy Lee's backroom team.
Kissane had been working with Cork manager Peader Healy as a coach on the Rebels' backroom team.
Previously, he had also served as a coach for Clare in 2014 under Colm Collins.
As a player, Kissane represented Cork at inter-county level from 2002 to 2013.
In that time, he was part of the side that triumphed in the 2010 All-Ireland final over Down as well as winning two Munster titles and three National Football Leagues.
The 36-year-old was also the recipient of one All-Star.
As confirmed by the Limerick Leader, the new Limerick setup will also include Brian Begley and Ricky Ronayne as selectors and Barry Fitzpatrick as strength and conditioning coach.