Declan Nash put forward for ratification as next Limerick Camogie manager

The Limerick Camogie County Board has moved quickly chosen its management team following the departure of John Tuohy with an announcement this evening that Declan will take over the side.

Assisting Nash in the lead role are selectors Darragh O’Grady and Michelle Casey. A coach and additional selector will be confirmed in the coming days. This team will be put forward for ratification at next week’s County Board Meeting.

Both Nash and O’Grady served as part of the previous management set up, the first to win a senior trophy for the county, and will be delighted with the addition of former Limerick Camogie captain Michelle Casey in their ranks.

Michelle, who plays for the Killeedy club brings experience, leadership and an in depth camogie knowledge to the set up. She has also managed the Limerick minor team in recent years.

Declan Nash is now in his third year with this group and has successfully implemented a strength and conditioning program that has helped bring this group to a level of genuine All Ireland contenders.

The continuation of the previous two years work was critical in the appointment of the new team and focus immediately turns to retaining their Munster title and then the All Ireland Championship, beginning in June.

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