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Nominees for Meath job revealed

Eamonn O’Brien among thirteen nominees for vacant Royals post.

Eamonn O'Brien during Meath's All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final against Kildare.
Eamonn O'Brien during Meath's All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final against Kildare.
Image: ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

THE THIRTEEN NOMINEES for the vacant post as manager of the Meath senior football team were revealed at a meeting of the county board last night.

Eamonn O’Brien, Liam Harnan and Colm O’Rourke are among those nominated. The other nominees are Paddy Carr, Eamonn Barry, Gerry McEntee, Jody Devine, Gerry Cooney, Damien Sheridan, Sean Kelly, Pat Coyle, Tony Kearney and Seamus McEnaney, who recently departed Monaghan.

O’Brien, the outgoing manager, is nominated again as he he seeks to be reappointed to the role which delegates voted against him retaining last month.

The nominees who are interested in the job will be interviewed by a panel comprising county board chairman Barney Allen, former DRA secretary Liam Keane and Joe Cassells, the county’s 1988 All-Ireland winning captain.

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