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Limerick defender Brian Geary calls time on inter-county hurling career that began in 1999

Updated: Monday, 19 Nov 2012 20:50 | Comments

Geary in action against Waterford's Stephen Molumphy in the 2009 Munster semi-final
Geary in action against Waterford's Stephen Molumphy in the 2009 Munster semi-final

Limerick's Brian Geary has announced his retirement as an inter-county hurler.

Despite being named in the Treaty training panel for 2013, Geary has now opted to call time on a 13-year career that saw him occupy the centre-half-back berth.

The Monaleen player was a member of the side that won successive All-Ireland U-21 titles in 2000 and 2001 and was also involved in the Limerick team that lost to Kilkenny in the 2007 senior decider. 

As a footballer, Geary won four county titles with his club and also picked up a Munster U-21 medal in 2001, before a subsequent defeat to Tyrone in the All-Ireland decider.

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