Wexford GAA have confirmed that Davy Fitzgerald will remain on as manager after agreeing to a two-year term with the Leinster champions.
It comes after the Clare man had been linked to the vacant Galway job. However, Wexford confirmed the news in a social media post on Thursday night. The county announced they are "looking forward to the journey ahead."
We are delighted to announce that Davy Fitzgerald is reappointed on a two year term as our senior hurling manager. Great progress has been made under his direction and we look forward to the journey ahead. Loch Garman Abú! pic.twitter.com/JwHyA7akvq
— Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) September 26, 2019
Fitzgerald took over Wexford the 2017 season and last year brought them to an All-Ireland semi-final against Tipperary. He revealed yesterday that he had not spoken to anyone from Galway about that position.
It means the Tribesmen's search will go on. Potential candidates for the role include Galway minor boss Brian Hanley and U20 manager, Jeffrey Lynskey.