68-year-old leaves post after 24 seasons.
Brian Cody has stepped down as the Kilkenny senior hurling manager after a star studded 24 years in charge.
The 68 year old has called time on his Cats career after leading his side to another All Ireland decider last weekend which they lost to Limerick.
Cody's time in charge will go down in history, winning 11 All Ireland titles, 18 Leinster Championships and 10 National Hurling League titles.
In a statement, the Kilkenny County Board have expressed "sincere gratitude to Brian for his life time of contribution to the county and the commitment and passion he brought as a player and as manager, working tirelessly with a single aim, to do what was best for Kilkenny hurling."
Statement from Kilkenny County Board: Brian Cody - Kilkenny GAA https://t.co/L0zjb490DO— Kilkenny GAA (@KilkennyCLG) July 23, 2022