An election process will begin to find a new chairperson of Waterford Camogie.
That follows the departure of Sheila O Donoghue who vacated her role on Thursday after a four-year term.
O'Donoghue gave three years in fixtures before stepping up to the chairperson role in 2019.
Originally from Westmeath, Sheila first became involved in Waterford Camogie in 1989 when coaching the W.I.T freshers to All-Ireland success.
The Drumraney native has previously served at the national level as Secretary and President of the CCAO and secretary of the Camogie Association’s Strategic Planning Committee. She was awarded the GAA Presidents Award in 2013 for her services to Camogie.
Three new clubs were formed in her time in charge of Waterford Camogie, with another new club expected next season while there was an increase of 104 games in a calendar year in that time.
At inter-county level, the county's senior team played in their first All-Ireland final in 78 years
While this year Waterford received a first-ever Player of the Year award when Beth Carton won the honour at the All-Stars.