McEnaney: stepped down as Meath manager after the 2012 Championship. Cathal Noonan/INPHO
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Banty is back in inter-county management

Banty and Davy Fitz will be running the show in Wexford next year.

SEAMUS ‘BANTY’ MCENANEY is back in inter-county football after agreeing a three-year term as Wexford manager.

McEnaney, the former Monaghan and Meath boss, takes over from David Power in charge of the Division 4 outfit.

“On foot of a recommendation from the FAC, agreement has been reached with Seamus McEnaney from Monaghan to assume the role of SF Manager for a 3 year period subject to review at end of year 2,” a statement from Wexford read.

“Considerable consultation has taken place with key panel members and the appointment will be warmly received by them and supporters generally.

“We wish Seamus, who is better known as Banty to his friends, and the players well.”

McEnaney had been tipped to replace Terry Hyland in Cavan before that job went to Mattie McGleenan.

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