Offaly hurling manager Joe Dooley has been re-appointed for a fourth year.
A three-time All-Ireland winner with the Faithful county, Dooley had spent the last three months considering his future, but has decided to commit to another season.
Outgoing selectors Pat McLoughney and Brendan Kelly have also returned, while former Galway hurler Francis Forde has been added to the management team as a coach.
Since taking over from Galway boss John McIntyre at the end of 2007, Dooley has overseen a revival in Offaly fortunes. This year, they took Galway to a replay in the Leinster SHC semi-final before losing to eventual All-Ireland champions Tipperary in the Qualifiers.