As expected, Meath have tonight confirmed the appointment of Bernard Flynn as county U20 football manager.
The two-time All-Ireland winner was named as the new Royal U20 boss at the Meath GAA county convention.
Flynn previously managed Mullingar Shamrocks and succeeds Dunboyne clubman Ger Robinson in the position
He will be assisted by fellow Meath legend Graham Geraghty, who is set for a remarkable return to the inter-county scene just months after undergoing life-saving surgery after suffering a brain hemorrhage.
Recently retired star Graham Reilly will also act as a selector, while Mayo ladies manager Peter Leahy and Kilmacud Crokes boss Robbie Brennan are set for coaching roles along with former Dublin goalkeeper Shane Supple.
Meanwhile, Meath senior football manager Andy McEntee has added last year's minor selector Paul Nestor to his backroom team for 2021, as a replacement for the outgoing Gerry Cooney.
Congratulations to @bernardflynn15 on being appointed to manage the Meath U20 football team— Meath GAA (@MeathGAA) January 11, 2021
Bernard has some great people like @ReillyGraham & Graham Geraghty with him and all the county wishes them well for the next two years!!!#GAA #MeathFootball #MeathGAA pic.twitter.com/mk9G9mp3R3