Former Cork hurling goalkeeper Anthony Nash is set to transfer to Limerick outfit South Liberties.
Recent reports suggest that the 36-year-old will have his switched sanctioned by Croke Park next week.
Nash announced his retirement from inter-county hurling in early December, having helped the Rebels to four Munster SHC titles in 15 seasons.
His transfer from Kanturk to South Liberties is set to see him lining-out for the club in which his uncles Declan and Mike Nash did, with both men having won Munster titles and lined-out for Limerick in two All-Ireland finals during the 1990s.
Last month saw Anthony’s cousin Barry start at corner-back as Limerick lifted their second Liam MacCarthy Cup in three years.
Recently retired Cork goalkeeper Nash in line to play for Limerick club this season https://t.co/KKMmZg0oDS— Limerick GAA (@LimerickCLG) January 11, 2021