Tom Feeney (far right) with the rest of the 2021 Waterford senior hurling management team, Stephen Frampton, Mikey Bevans and manager Liam Cahill. Photo: Waterford GAA on Twitter.
Tom Feeney has stepped away as selector with the Waterford hurlers.
The former Déise defender replaced Ballyduff Upper club mate Stephen Molumphy in Liam Cahill’s set-up this season.
The Tipperary native agreed to stay on as Waterford boss for 2022 last month with the option of a further year.
Meanwhile, Walsh Park & Fraher Field will be at 50% capacity for this weekend’s Waterford club championship games 5,500 fans permitted in Walsh Park 1,500 in Fraher Field.
Full story in Tuesday’s Waterford News & Star.