Eleven-time All-Ireland winner Bríd Stack has announced her inter-county retirement following a stellar career with Cork.
The 2016 Ladies Footballer of the Year confirmed her decision in an interview with the Irish Examiner.
Stack was one of just four players to win 11 All-Ireland senior medals with that successful Cork team alongside Deirdre O’Reilly, Briege Corkery and Rena Buckley.
The towering full-back also played every minute of those 11 successful deciders at Croke Park, picking up seven All-Stars throughout her time in a Cork jersey.
Stack says she will play club football in 2019 and departs the inter-county scene as one of the true greats.
"You’d love to do it all over again," she told the Irish Examiner.
"It went by in a fecking flash. But life moves on. There is still a great team and they're well capable of recapturing an All-Ireland. The future is good. Ladies football is a great spectacle now.
"I'm moving on with the best memories, stories and friendships that will last me a lifetime."