Joan O'Flynn has announced that she will be leaving her position as Ard Stiúrthóir of the Camogie Association in May.
She notified Ard Chomhairle of her decision this week, stating: "I am privileged to have had the opportunity to serve as Ard Stiúrthóir since 2013.
"In that period there have been opportunities, challenges, growth, development and change. I would like to express my thanks to the Uachtaráin during my term, Aileen Lawlor and Catherine Neary, and to the incoming Uachtarán-Tofa Kathleen Woods for their support during my term.
"I also wish to extend my appreciation to the members of Ard Chomhairle, National Committees, our dedicated Staff team, and to all of the extraordinary volunteers at all levels throughout the country for their continued support and encouragement that has helped to grow our sport in the past number of years."
On behalf of the Camogie Association, President Catherine Neary, sincerely thanked Joan for her outstanding service and wished her well in her future endeavours.
"On behalf of Ard Chomhairle and all our members I want to thank Joan for her work over the course of her time with us and to acknowledge her contribution to the continued growth of our game.
"I wish Joan every success in the next phase of her career and I know she will continue to remain involved with our game."