All-Ireland winning manager John Kiely will remain in charge of the Limerick senior hurlers after being handed a new two-year term this evening. 

Kiely, who guided Limerick to the All-Ireland title in 2018, adding National League and Munster titles in 2019, was re-appointed for another two years at a specially organised county board meeting at the Woodlands House Hotel in Adare. 

The Limerick Leader reported that the meeting lasted less than 10 minutes and there was no opposition to Kiely's re-appointment. 

Highly sought after coach Paul Kinnerk will remain on as coach-selector with Alan Cunningham and Aonghus O'Brien also staying on.

Elsewhere, Andy McEntee is to stay on with Meath for another three years. There was unanimous support for the manager at Monday's county board meeting in Dunganny, according to the Meath Chronicle

McEntee was appointed Meath boss in late 2016, enduring a couple of indifferent championship seasons in 2017 and 2018 before progress was made this year. 

Meath were promoted to Division 1 this spring for the first time in over a decade and scrapped their way into the Super 8s in the summer campaign.