Five-time All-Ireland winner Noelle Healy has called time on her inter-county career with Dublin.
It spells the end of a long involvement with the county set-up for the St Brigid's club member, having made her debut in 2007 aged 17 after All-Ireland wins at three underage grades.
At senior level, the four-time All-Star was part of the All-Ireland winning Dublin side in 2010, before she contributing to the efforts of the four-in-a-row side which triumphed between 2017 and 2020.
In a statement, the 30-year-old said: "It has been beyond a dream to have represented Dublin at all age groups for the last 17 years, in both successes and failures.
"Thank you to all the management teams I've had the honour of learning from and the team-mates I’ve had the pleasure of playing with. I’m lucky that many of them I’m able to call great friends too.
"My very best wishes to the squad in coming seasons, no doubt they will continue to go from strength to strength!"
Paying tribute, Dublin added: "Everyone in Dublin LGFA would like to wish Noelle all the very best in her retirement. We will look back on her time in sky blue with the fondest of memories."