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Kieran McGeeney will continue as Kildare manager for a sixth year

Updated: Wednesday, 03 Oct 2012 14:21 | Comments

Kieran McGeeney captained Armagh to their first All-Ireland title in 2002
Kieran McGeeney captained Armagh to their first All-Ireland title in 2002

Kieran McGeeney will continue for another year as Kildare senior football manager after being ratified at last night's county board meeting.

It will be McGeeney's sixth year in charge of the Lillywhites.

Castledemot's Damien Hendy will join St Kevin’s clubman Niall Carew on the senior management team in place of John Rafferty, who spent one year in the selector’s role.

McGeeney, Carew, Syl Merrins and Tom Cribben make up the U-21 management team.

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