Declan Nash won't be seeking a second year in charge of the Limerick camogie team.
The Rathkeale native, who worked as strength and conditioning coach for three years before taking over the manager's role last year, has withdrawn from the application process due to "a lack of transparency and fundamental differences in player progression".
In a statement issued today, Nash said: "It is with a heavy heart that I would like to confirm my withdrawal from the application process for the Limerick Senior Camogie Manager's role. A combination of a lack of transparency and fundamental differences in player progression play a huge role in my decision.
"It was a huge honour to be involved with my county and specifically this group of players, coaches and backroom staff over the last 4 years as both S&C coach and then as manager.
"After reaching the 2019 targets set out for us, but more importantly creating a new performance standard and team culture in Limerick Camogie I never expected that a couple of months later I would be writing this.
"Unfortunately it has become quite clear to me that all lengths will be taken to ensure Limerick senior camogie will have its third management team in three years, for those reasons I am withdrawing my application."Tweet