The Limerick hurling crisis was resolved this morning with Eamon Cregan re-instated as manager by the Limerick county board. The same four selectors have been re-appointed including Mossy Carroll as assistant coach. A statement issued by the County Board said that all the recent management problems have been resolved.
Cregan resigned early last week and was later replaced by selector Mossie Carroll. Cregan then withdrew his resignation on Friday with the overwhelming support from the Limerick players and waited for an acceptance by the county board.
Filed by Sinéad Kissane