Limerick manager John Kiely and Meath’s Andy McEntee given new deals

Meath soccer boss Andy McEntee and limerick hurling manager John Kiely have been awarded new deals.
In what had been his second time at the helm kiely led the Treaty County for their first title in 45 years in 2018. They neglected to defend their peak this season, but did acquire Munster Championship and the National League.
On Monday evening, a county board meeting ratified him to keep in the helm for another year.
Meanwhile, the Meath GAA have announced that Andy McEntee will remain for three years in charge of their footballers.
Under the former Ballyboden director’s advice, the Royals have made real progress this year. After winning promotion to Division 1 they backed it up with a credible championship campaign by staying competitive during the quarter-final team stage and hitting the 8s.
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