Kerry great Bryan Sheehan retires from inter-county football
Last Updated: 19/11/17 5:05pm
Kerry's five-time All-Ireland winner Bryan Sheehan has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
The St Mary's Cahersiveen clubman made his Kingdom debut in 2005 and scored 6-161 in 66 appearances, which included seven All-Ireland finals.
Sheehan also won three National League medals and nine Munster Championships and was awarded an All Star in 2011.
"It was always a childhood dream to play for Kerry and to do so for so long fills me with great pride," Sheehan said in a statement.
"I've been so lucky to play with some of the best players that the game has ever seen and will be forever grateful for sharing an unbelievable journey with them."
Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice hailed Sheehan as an "outstanding servant" to Kerry football.
"His kicking ability has always been his biggest strength," said Fitzmaurice.
"His dead-ball kicking is second to none and he is the ultimate stylist. I wish him all the best for the future, both on and off the field."