Waterford Camogie have elected Sean Molloy as their new chairperson following the departure of Sheila O Donoghue last night.
O' Donoghue served four years in the role having previously been in charge of fixtures for three years.
The incoming Chairperson, Molloy, has served two spells as Butlerstown Camogie Chair - totaling five years in the role.
He has also served as Waterford Camogie Development Officer - a role he will now vacate.
Molloy has worked as a referee, mostly officiating camogie, for the past three years.
The 49-year-old won a narrow vote at Thursday night's County Board meeting, winning 26 to 25 against Modeligo's JP Ryan.
The vote was made up of a potential two from each of the 22 clubs, as well as ten votes from the executive committee. 51 votes in all were cast.
Molloy takes over the board with the county in relatively rude health. The senior team - who remain without a manager at the time of writing - played in the All-Ireland final in 2023, breaking a 78-year wait for a place in the decider.
Appointing a new management team will be a priority for Molloy as he starts the role.