24 May 2022

Former Limerick hurling star Joe Quaid confirmed for a new inter-county role

Former Limerick hurling star Joe Quaid confirmed for a new inter-county role

Joe Quaid returning to Kildare

LIMERICK'S two time All-Star winning goalkeeper Joe Quaid is back in inter-county management.

This Wednesday evening, Quaid was confirmed as the new Kildare camogie manager.

A statement released on behalf of the Kildare Camogie Executive announced the appointment of Quaid as the manager of their inter-county team, which plays at intermediate level in the All-Ireland Camogie Championship.

"Joe is a two time All-Ireland-winning manager, firstly with the Limerick U16 team and later with the Limerick Intermediate camogie team. This is Joe’s second spell in Kildare having won a Christy Ring Cup with Kildare hurlers in 2018," said the statement.

"Accompanying Joe, as Head Coach, is another man with plenty of All-Ireland camogie experience, Mike Wall. Mike has managed and coached Kilkenny minor and intermediate teams to All-Ireland success, has managed Offaly’s senior camogie team and most recently, managed Kilkenny minor team to an All-Ireland victory in 2021."

"Kildare Camogie wishes Joe and Mike every success in their new roles and looks forward to working with them."

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