MIKEY Sheehy, Diarmuid Murphy and Cian O'Neill have been ratified as senior football team selectors under manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice.
Kildare native O'Neill, who trained the Mayo senior football team this year, and spent three years as physical coach with the Tipperary hurlers, will also undertake the physical training of the team.
Meanwhile, Clarecastle native Tom Howard was ratified as the new county senior hurling team manager. Fergal O'Loughlin, also from Clarecastle, will train the team while Padraig Regan (Kilmoyley) and Mike Burke (Causeway) were named as team selectors.
Meanwhile, with ballot papers going out this week for the imminent officership elections at annual convention in December, John O'Leary (Spa) has declared his intention to run for the office of Public Relations Officer, which Maureen O'Shea must vacate under the five-year rule.
There will also be an election for the two Munster Council delegate positions, with Willie O'Connor and Bernie Reen standing down.
There will also be a new Cultural Officer as Diarmuid O Se's term us up, while Joe Walsh also steps down as Hurling Officer.
While there have been no other public declarations yet The Kerryman understands that at least four people are interested in the Hurling Officership.
Closing date for receipt of nominations is November 7, with candidates having until November 9 to confirm if they intend to contest the positions. Voting will take place at Convention on Monday, December 10.