Limerick hoping O’Grady will stay

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Updated: July 21, 2011

Limerick County Board are hoping that they can persuade Donal O’Grady to extend his present tenure as manager for at least a further twelve months.

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County secretary Mike O’Riordan told the Irish Examiner that there is support within the county for the Cork man to continue in the role.

O’Grady, who succeeded Justin McCarthy at the start of the season, has insisted all along that he will remain in charge for just one season.

“The county board haven’t made any statement on it but speaking as an individual, I would imagine they’d be in favour of asking him to stay on,” O’Riordan said.

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