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Derry forward Conleth Gilligan calls time on 13-year inter-county career

Updated: Thursday, 15 Nov 2012 17:38 | Comments

Gilligan's decision sees a further changing of the guard in Derry
Gilligan's decision sees a further changing of the guard in Derry

Derry’s Conlth Gilligan has announced his retirement from inter-county football. The 32-year-old made his debut for the Oak Leaders in 2000 and was part of the side that won an Allianz League title that year. He collected a second medal in 2008 after Kerry were beaten in the decider.

2002 saw his club side Ballinderry claim All-Ireland success under the management of current Derry boss Brian McIver. 

Gilligan joins Enda Muldoon, Kevin McGuckin and Kevin McCloy on the Derry recently-retired list.

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