Tipperary have confirmed that Padraic Maher will not be part of the Liam Cahill's backroom team next season.
Maher had been brought into his native county’s senior hurling set-up ahead of the 2022 campaign, after having been forced to retire from the inter-county game due to a neck injury.
This past season saw Maher on the sidelines with the Premier men as a selector as they reached the last eight stage of the All-Ireland SHC before crashing out to Galway.
"Due to unforeseen changes in his work circumstances, 2023 Senior hurling selector Padraic Maher will not be in a position to continue in the role for 2024," read a statement from Tipperary GAA on Wednesday night.
The same statement also confirmed that the 2024 season will see Cahill assisted by Michael Bevans, Declan Laffan and TJ Ryan in his backroom team.Tweet