Cork dual player Rena Buckley has called time on a glittering inter-county career.
Buckley, 31, amassed 18 All-Ireland titles in football and camogie, captaining her county to both crowns.
The 10-time All Star is the most decorated Gaelic Games player of all time, but work and personal commitments have led her to walk away.
"Look, in every person's life, you only have a certain amount of time; there's limited hours you can give to what you want to do," she told The Irish Independent.
"For a long number of years, I've given sport a huge chunk of my time.
"I've arrived at the stage of my life now where I have other commitments, other things I want to do. And I have to make the choice.
"It's not like I want to travel the world, or make massive changes in my life. But I want the chance to give more of my time to the people in my life."
In March, football manager Ephie Fitzgerald confirmed Buckley would not be committing to his team for 2018, though it was believed she would turn out for the camogie side.
That will not come to pass as a the curtain comes down on a sensational inter-county career.
Buckley will play on with her club Iniscarra.