Former Skryne and Meath player Mick O'Dowd has tonight been confirmed as the official recommendation by the interview committee to be the next Meath manager.
In an official statement released on twitter, Meath GAA confirmed that O'Dowd will be the name put forward for ratification at next Monday night's Co Board meeting in Aras Tailteann.
O'Dowd will include Trevor Giles and Sean Kelly as his selectors and is expected to add Colm Brady to his team as fitness coach.
The position of Meath u-21 manager will also be ratified next Monday night with former Meath minor boss and current Simonstown coach Sean Barry being recommended for the role.
The official statement from Meath GAA via twitter read:
Coiste Bainisti has put forward for ratification to Co.Committee Mick O'Dowd as Meath Senior Football Manager. The Selectors are Trevor Giles & Sean Kelly...U21 Manager to be put forward for ratification is Sean Barry....Meeting on Monday 8/10 @8.0
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