Friday 20 September 2019

Mayo icon McHale joins up with Naas

The 1996 All-Star midfielder had been a regular part of various management teams with his brother-in-law Kevin McStay. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile
The 1996 All-Star midfielder had been a regular part of various management teams with his brother-in-law Kevin McStay. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

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Former Mayo player Liam McHale has been confirmed as a selector of the Naas senior footballers.

The 1996 All-Star midfielder had been a regular part of various management teams with his brother-in-law Kevin McStay, most recently a three-year stint with Roscommon and previously at club level with St Brigids.

Naas native Niall Cronin has been confirmed as the manager with Evan McDermott, a selector with the successful Kildare Under-20 team, also part of the management team.

Meanwhile, former Waterford player Stephen Molumphy has joined the Wexford senior hurling backroom.

Molumphy, who was part of the Waterford senior hurling set-up during Davy Fitzgerald's reign as manager, will link up with Saoirse Bulfin, Keith Rossiter and JJ Doyle. He comes into the setup in place of Pádraic Fanning, who is the new Waterford manager.

The Wexford squad will begin training for the 2019 campaign on December 3.

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