Paudie Kissane joins new Limerick setup

Cork man will work with Billy Lee

Paudie Kissane

Cork selector Paudie Kissane ©INPHO/James Crombie

Former All Star Paudie Kissane has joined new Limerick manager Billy Lee's backroom team.

Kissane had been working with Cork manager Peader Healy as a coach on the Rebels' backroom team.

Previously, he had also served as a coach for Clare in 2014 under Colm Collins.

As a player, Kissane represented Cork at inter-county level from 2002 to 2013.

In that time, he was part of the side that triumphed in the 2010 All-Ireland final over Down as well as winning two Munster titles and three National Football Leagues. 

The 36-year-old was also the recipient of one All-Star.

As confirmed by the Limerick Leader, the new Limerick setup will also include Brian Begley and Ricky Ronayne as selectors and Barry Fitzpatrick as strength and conditioning coach.