Tipperary legend Brendan Maher joins Offaly hurling backroom team

The All-Ireland winner will be a performance coach for 2023.

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TIPPERARY LEGEND BRENDAN Maher is set to join the Offaly senior hurling backroom team as a performance coach ahead of the 2023 campaign.

The three-time All-Ireland winner, who retired in 2021, will join Johnny Kelly’s ticket alongside his brother Martin, as first reported by Tipperary Live. 

Maher captained Tipperary to All-Ireland success in 2016 and is familiar with Kelly from his time as manager of Borris-Ileigh. 

Kelly was appointed senior manager last month after serving as a coach under Michael Fennelly for the past three seasons. 

It has already been confirmed Coolderry’s Barry Teehan will continue as a selector while Former Galway All-Ireland winning goalkeeper Colm Callanan will remain with the group as goalkeeping coach.

Offaly compete in Division 2A and the Joe McDonagh Cup for 2023. 

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