ARMAGH man Kieran McGeeney has committed to stay on as Kildare senior football manager for a further two years, the Leinster Leader can reveal.
The former All Ireland winner has been in charge of the Lilies for the last four seasons and he has led them to three All Ireland quarter finals and one semi final in 2010 where they were beaten by Down.
Since taking the reigns McGeeney’s team has never been beaten in the All Ireland qualifier series but the main prize still eludes him and his team. In 2011 Kildare took the O’Byrne Cup but Dublin ended their hopes of a provincial title, while Donegal, after extra time, dumped Kildare out of the All Ireland Championship.
The Mullaghbawn native will have to go in search of a new selector before the start of next season after Aidan O’Rourke resigned his position last week but first he will travel to Australia as part of Anthony Tohill’s International Rules management team.