The Laois senior hurlers are looking for a new selector after Patrick Mullaney vacated the role.
The Castletown native has stepped away citing ‘family commitments’.
The news was delivered at last night’s County Board meeting by hurling chairman Tom Clear.
He called on the clubs of Laois to come forward with a name to replace Mullaney.
He said: “Unfortunately Patrick has stepped away due to family commitments.
“So that now leaves us in a situation where we just actually have one Laois representative in the management team.
“So I am calling on you the clubs to go away and get somebody to stand forward and go for this.”
Eamonn Kelly, the Laois manager, is currently assisted by Owen Coss.
The rest of Kelly’s backroom team is composed of two hurling coaches in the form of Davy Hogan and Conor Gleeson.
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