GAA Manager News – Kiely set to be announced Limerick boss

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Updated: September 13, 2016
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John Kiely is set to become the new Limerick senior hurling manager after it was confirmed that he is proposed to a county board for ratification on Tuesday evening.

Kiely, a former county selector and U21 manager who guided the Shannonsiders to an All-Ireland U-21 title in 2015 is set to be appointed on a three year term.

A press release by Limerick said that a five man committee made up of Joe McKenna, Oliver Mann, Brendan O’Connor, Bernard Duggan and Mike O’Riordan were asked to bring forward nominations for ratification this evening (Tuesday).

The statement said that along with Kiely as manager, Paul Kinnerk will be coach, Joe O’Connor will be strength and conditioning coach and Jimmy Quilty will be selector. However, another selector is also set be appointed and this is set to be announced at the County Board meeting this evening.

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