Colm Bonnar has stepped down as Carlow senior hurling manager.
The news was confirmed by Carlow GAA in the way of the senior hurlers defeat at the hands of Westmeath.
Bonnar departs Carlow after four years.
During his tenure, the Tipperary native secured the 2017 Christy Ring Cup, a Division 2A league title and the 2018 Joe McDonagh Cup.
They put Galway to the test in 2019 with a super drawn game at Netwatch Cullen Park in 2019.
In a statement from Carlow GAA, the county board said they “are sorry to see him go but thankful for the time he spent with us.”
“A thoroughly professional attitude and a real grá for his adopted county were some hallmarks of his time.”
A defeat at the hands of Kerry last week meant Carlow missed a berth in the Joe McDonagh Cup final.
The search will now commence to find Bonnar’s replacement.