Seamus McEnaney steps down as Meath manager
Seamus McEnaney has quit as Meath boss after two turbulent years in charge.
The Monaghan native took some time to consider his future in the wake of the All-Ireland football qualifier defeat to Laois last Saturday.
'Banty' survived a county board attempt to oust him in April but was unlikely to be given the opportunity to complete the last year of his three-year term.
The former Monaghan boss has instead decided to walk away, despite leading the team to a Leinster final this year.
Meanwhile, Kerry have named an unchanged team for the third week running for Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-final against Ulster champions Donegal.