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Limerick's Quaid steps aside from Christy Ring Cup champions after three seasons in charge

Quaid has been linked with the vacant managerial roles in Westmeath and Laois in recent weeks.

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KILDARE ARE ON the look-out for a new senior hurling manager after Joe Quaid confirmed he will not be seeking a second term as boss.

Quaid was in charge of the Lilywhites for three seasons which culminated in the Christy Ring Cup victory over London at Croke Park in June. 

In a statement issued today, Kildare thanked Quaid for the effort the put in over the past few seasons.

“Joe and his management team have put in tremendous work and commitment over the last 3 years and won the Christy Ring Cup this year.

“We sincerely thank him for all that he brought to Kildare GAA during his time and wish him all the best for the future.”

Quaid has been linked with the vacant managerial roles in Westmeath and Laois in recent weeks. 

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