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

Meath soccer boss Andy McEntee and limerick casting director John Kiely have been awarded bargains.
Kiely led the Treaty County in 45 years in 2018, in what had been his second season at the helm. They neglected to defend their crown this season, but did win both Munster Championship and also the National League.
On Monday evening, a county board meeting ratified him to continue at the helm for another year.
Meath GAA have announced that Andy McEntee will probably stay for three years in charge of the footballers.
Under the Ballyboden manager’s guidance, the Royals have made progress this past season. After winning promotion to Division 1 they backed it up with a respectable championship effort by remaining competitive during the team stage and reaching the 8s.
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