Cork dual star Aidan Walsh has called time on his inter-county career with the Rebel County.
The Kanturk native was part of the 2010 All-Ireland-winning side who beat Down in the final to secure the Sam Maguire for the Rebels, and Walsh finished a breakthrough season with an All-Star and was also named young footballer of the year.
Walsh added another All-Star in 2012 and went on to play both hurling and football at county level right up to the 2020 campaign, securing Munster winners' medals for both sides as well as three National Football League titles.
The 30-year-old spent his final two seasons in the red playing for the county hurlers.
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"Was a pleasure and a privilege to get the opportunity to wear the red and white of Cork," said Walsh, posting on social media.
"Enjoyed every minute of it and made life long friends along the way. Thanks to all my family and friends. I look forward to the next challenge and representing my club for as long as possible."
Walsh also set up his own hand-crafted hurley-making business in his native Kanturk.
Cork GAA would like to thank Aidan for his many years of service for both the Cork Hurling and Football teams. Aidan has won multiple titles with Cork including Munster medals in both codes along with Senior All Ireland Football title in 2010 and young player of the year in 2010. pic.twitter.com/mu8JZw0c4m— Cork GAA (@OfficialCorkGAA) December 7, 2020