The Wexford senior hurling management team will include former Waterford player Stephen Molumphy for the 2019 campaign.
Molumphy joined the Waterford senior squad in 2006 and became a regular member of the starting fifteen the following year. He won two Munster winners' medals, one National League winners' medal and one All-Star award before retiring in 2014.
The Wexford People reports that the Ballyduff Upper clubman will join Davy Fitzgerald’s backroom team which already includes JJ Doyle, Saoirse Bulfin and Keith Rossiter.
Molumphy replaces fellow Waterford native Paraic Fanning who is the new Déise manager, as coach of the Wexford hurlers.
Meanwhile, Fitzgerald and his selectors have made numerous changes to their squad with Conor O’Leary, Aaron Maddock, Jake Firman, Shane Tomkins, Eoin Molloy, Garrett Foley, Michael O’Regan and Colm Kehoe all absent.