Galway senior hurling manager, Micheál Donoghue was ratified for a further two years at a county committee meeting last night.
Donoghue succeeded Anthony Cunningham as manager in 2015 and led the county to All Ireland glory in 2017 and to the final in 2018.
Micheál Donoghue has been ratified for a further two years as @Galway_GAA Senior Hurling Manager at tonight's County Committee Meeting #gaillimhabú @RTEgaa @RTERnaG @CoachingGalway @ConnachtGAA @officialgaa @gbayfm @CTribune @NewstalkFM
— Tribesmen GAA (@TribesmenGAA) November 20, 2018
The Tribesmen have also secured two Leinster titles and a National Hurling League under the reign of the Clarinbridge native.
Meanwhile, Tipperary senior football manager, Liam Kearns, has named a 40-man panel for the 2019 season with sharpshooter, Conor Sweeney, named as captain.
All Ireland U21 hurling medalist, Paudie Feehan, has been named in the panel alongside Paul Maher after the duo missed out on a place in Liam Sheedy’s hurling squad.
Tipperary will begin their League campaign Sunday 27 January with a trip to Meath.
Also in the Premier County, Shane Ronayne has been reappointed as the senior ladies football manager.