Former Kilkenny hurler Eddie Brennan has been proposed by the Laois senior Hurling Selection committee for the role of hurling manager.
Former manager Eamonn Kelly announced after Laois's Joe McDonagh Cup campaign that he would not be seeking a third term in charge and thus the county began looking for a successor. The selection committee was made up of Niall Rigney, Declan Conroy and Eamon Jackman. It seems Brennan is now set for the role, with the Laois GAA Executive committee expected to put his name forward at the next committee meeting.
Senior Hurling Selection committee has proposed Eddie Brennan as the new Laois Senior Hurling Manager. The Laois GAA Executive committee will now be putting his name forward at the next county committee meeting. pic.twitter.com/9xciFuvM6Z
— Laois GAA (@CLGLaois) August 8, 2018
Brennan enjoyed a phenomenal career collecting eight All-Ireland medals and four All-Stars. He had managed the Kilkenny under-21 team for two years before stepping down in 2017.
The O’Moore County endured a frustrating championship campaign in 2018 but retained Joe McDonagh Cup and League 1B status.