Zimbabwean international PJ Moor (pictured right)could be the answer to the current keeping conundrum for the interprovincial series.
The 30 year-old is considering a return this summer to play domestically in Ireland, and the Irish passport holder is in line to feature in the interpros.
The retirement of Gary Wilson has opened up a keeping vacancy at the Northern Knights, who are keen to bring Neil Rock back to their squad.
Having played at the Knights over the past few seasons, Rock - who today was awarded a retainer contract by Cricket Ireland - was allocated to Munster Reds last month.
If Rock as expected does return to the Knights, it is believed that Irish bosses could well plump for Moor as the man to add quality and international experience to Munster Reds, who are playing in the 50-over Cup for the first time in 2021.
Moor, who has played for YMCA and CIYMS in league cricket, has played in eight Tests, 21 T201s, and won the last of his 46 ODI caps against Ireland in 2019.