By any measure, Rena Buckley had an exceptional inter-county career.

She won a total of 18 senior All-Ireland medals playing for Cork, with 11 in football, and 7 in camogie, including six doubles.

And Buckley remains the only player in Gaelic Games to captain her county to All-Ireland success in both camogie and Gaelic football.

She continues to play with her clubs - Donoughmore in football, and Inniscarra in camogie - but, speaking on RTÉ Radio 1's Sunday Sport, Buckley admitted that she misses the inter-county game.

"I suppose I would yeah, I would miss the buzz of it," she told host Jacqui Hurley.

"You certainly would miss it at the latter end of the season when the games are heating up, and it's knockout championship games.

"(When) I was a player, I would have loved training, I would have loved the league games, I would have loved the challenge games, the games at training. I really enjoyed that high intensity all year around.

"And of course we would have had great friends as well on the Cork teams. There was great people involved, in terms of players, in terms of management.

"And supporters as well, you'd get to know all the families of the players.

"So I certainly miss that."

Listen to the full discussion here

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