Davy Nelson to replace Eamonn Murray as Meath boss.
Davy Nelson is set to become the new manager of All Ireland Ladies champions Meath.
The Navan O'Mahony's clubman will take over from Eamonn Murray, with the appointment due to be ratified next week.
Nelson has managed his home club to four county titles, while he has also taken charge of the Meath under-21s.
The Royals are chasing a third successive All-Ireland crown in 2023.
Meanwhile Meath lead the way with 13 nominees among the 45 shortlisted for this year’s TG4 Ladies Football All Stars.
Kerry receive 11 nominations, following a year in which they reached the All Ireland final and won Division Two.
Six Donegal players make the shortlist, as do five from Mayo.
The team of the year will be revealed on November 19th.
Press release from @meathladiesMLGF on our Senior Manager for the upcoming season. @MeathSports @HSmeath @wearemeath @LMFMRADIO @DavidSSport @MeathDaily @extratime_sport @LeinsterLGFA @LadiesFootball @MeathGAA pic.twitter.com/XBNqObKTYW— Meath LGFA (@meathladiesMLGF) October 4, 2022