Former Waterford hurler Dan Shanahan has joined the county's camogie management team ahead of the 2020 season.
He will serve under Fergal O'Brien, who was appointed to manage the county in October.
"We are delighted to announce that Dan Shanahan will be our head Senior camogie coach for 2020," Waterford camogie confirmed on twitter.
"We wish fergal, Dan, Pauline and all the team the very best!"
The Lismore man played for the Déise for 13 seasons between 1998 and 2010, winning four Munster championship medals, as well as three All-star awards.
He had worked with Derek McGrath as Waterford got to the All-Ireland hurling final in 2017, but he left with the De La Salle clubman after a disappointing campaign the following year.
This autumn Shanahan managed Waterford club St Mary's to the Munster junior hurling final.
Along the way, the club managed their first two wins in the provincial championship, but they fell short in Sunday's final against Russell Rovers of Cork.
Waterford reached the All-Ireland camogie quarter-finals for the first time in 2018, and repeated the feat this year. They were beaten by eventual winners Galway in August.
We are delighted to announce that Dan Shanahan will be our head Senior camogie coach for 2020! We wish fergal, Dan, Pauline and all the team the very best! @tomasmcc @LilyReddy @WhelanGavin pic.twitter.com/McwKHYrMec— Waterford Camogie (@deisecamogie) December 8, 2019