Details are starting to emerge of player movement ahead of the start of the interprovincial season in May.
Gareth Delany and Curtis Campher will be leaving Leinster Lighting for Munster Reds, while wicket-keeper batsman Stephen Doheny is heading to the NW Warriors.
It's part of the Cricket Ireland distribution of their wicket-keeping resources, which will see Neil Rock donning the gloves for Munster Reds.
Delany and Campher are two of the rising stars of the senior side and their inclusion will be a real boost for the region.
Murray Commins, who is highly rated by Graham Ford, is also expected to be confirmed as a new Munster player.
Two young Dublin talents who won't be moving are leg-spinner JJ Garth, who leaves for Bangladesh today with Ireland Wolves, and Tim Tector.
Tector, who turns 18 next month, made his interprovincial debut last year. The Ireland U19 captain is seen as one of the rising stars of Irish cricket.
He will have elder sibling Jack with him under the coaching duo of Nigel Jones and Brian O'Rourke, but Harry will be staying in Belfast where he has enjoyed such great success with Northern Knights.
Another Ireland Academy teenager cutting his interpro teeth will be Terenure's hard hitting batsman Seamus Lynch, off to Cork, while Rush all-rounder Nathan McGuire will once again be featuring for theWarriors.
The Hills' Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin is returning to Munster where he played twice in 2020, having featured for Lightning in four first-class games in 2019, where he top scored with 86 against the Knights.
There is also speculation that Irish international Shane Getkate could be on the move. He switched northwards to CSNI and Instonians in order to represent Northern Knights, but could be winging down the Glenshane to the Warriors.
The four provinces have all been given their 12 initial players by Cricket Ireland, which are expected to be confirmed and released in due course.