Limerick, the reigning All-Ireland champions, have announced two new appointments to John Kiely's coaching staff for the upcoming 2024 season.
John Flavin has joined as a coach, while Joe O'Connor is making a return to the team as the High-Performance Manager. O'Connor previously served as the strength and conditioning coach during Limerick's 2018 All-Ireland triumph, taking a hiatus after the 2019 season.
Flavin previously contributed to Clare's All-Ireland-winning hurling team in 2013. In his new role as High-Performance Manager, O'Connor may fill the gap left by the departure of the esteemed sports psychologist Caroline Currid, who played a key role in five All-Ireland-winning seasons with Limerick.
Flavin also previously worked as a selector during John Kiely's tenure as Limerick U21 manager.
Limerick GAA statement:
"Limerick County Board can confirm the addition of 2 new members to John Kiely’s management team for 2024. John Flavin comes into the set up as coach & he will be joined by Joe O'Connor who will return to the management team as High Performance Manager."