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

Limerick casting director John Kiely and Meath football boss Andy McEntee are given bargains.
In what was his second season at the helm the Treaty County was headed by kiely for their very first All-Ireland name in 45 years in 2018. They failed to defend their peak this season, but did acquire the National League and also Munster Championship.
On Monday evening, a county board assembly ratified him to continue at the helm for another year.
Meanwhile, the Meath GAA have announced that Andy McEntee will remain for three more years in control of the senior footballers.
Under the advice of the former Ballyboden manager, the Royals have made progress this past season. They backed it up by staying competitive during the team stage and hitting the 8s after winning promotion at the National League.
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