Kildare's Peter Kelly has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
In his debut season for the Lilywhites in 2010, the Two Mile House clubman won an All Star as the side, then managed by Kieran McGeeney, reached an All-Ireland semi-final.
In 2014, Kelly was part of the Two Mile House team that claimed an All-Ireland junior club medal.
In bringing the curtain down on his Kildare career, Kelly said on Twitter: "It has been an honour and a privilege to fulfil a childhood dream in wearing the white jersey for over a decade. I have soldiered with some of the best people I will ever meet and made lifelong friends.
"Firstly I would like to thank the supporters who were always there through thick and thin. Although we never reached the Promised Land in my time, there were many great days; sometimes it's not about the destination but the journey itself.
"I would also like to thank the various management and backroom teams (particularly those acting in a voluntary capacity) who never left a stone unturned to ensure the players were given the best opportunity on the pitch."
One chapter closes.. pic.twitter.com/IryHZc4iNh— Peter Kelly (@PeterKe67945662) September 23, 2020