Carlow footballer Daniel St Ledger has retired from the inter-county game, his club has announced.
St Ledger, 30, made his Carlow debut against Meath in a league match at Croke Park back in 2008, having helped the county's minors reach a Leinster final the previous year.
The Royal County beat Carlow by 20 points that day, and St Ledger had to soldier through some tough campaigns before winning promotion to Division 3 under Turlough O'Brien in 2018.
That same year they earned a famous Leinster quarter-final win over Kildare in Tullamore.
O'Brien stepped away as manager last month, and St Ledger has now followed suit.
In a tweet announcing his decision, the defender's club Kildavin/Clonegal said: "A servant for the county through good times and bad, he will have more time to focus on the golf and the club now, so we can't say we’re not delighted."
Congratulations to @DanStL89 who has called time on an outstanding 13 year spell with @Carlow_GAA. A servant for the county through good times and bad, he will have more time to focus on the golf and the club now, so we can't say we’re not delighted 😅 #KC🔴⚫️ pic.twitter.com/v4fFelj44V— Kildavin/ClonegalGAA (@KC_GAA) July 4, 2020