Sean Power has stepped down as Waterford senior camogie manager after just one season in charge.
RTÉ is reporting that the Mount Sion clubman and former All-Ireland winning minor and U21 hurling manager has left the post for family reasons. His surprise departure comes just three months after he led the Déise to their first All-Ireland senior final appearance since 1945 on the back of wins over Offaly, Antrim, Limerick and Tipperary.
Waterford suffered a heavy defeat to Cork, whose manager Matthew Twomey also stepped down a week after the O'Duffy Cup decider. A new Waterford manager is expected to be announced next week.