Colm Boyle has retired from inter-county football after 14 years with Mayo.

The 35-year-old wing-back made 120 senior league and championship appearances.

The Davitts clubman won four All-Star awards (2013, '14, '16 and '17) and six Connacht titles with the Green and Red.

He also won an U21 All-Ireland in 2006 but was on the losing side in five senior All-Ireland finals.

He missed the defeats to Tyrone this year and Dublin in 2020 after suffering a cruciate ligament in February last year.

Boyle's departure means only Jason Doherty, Lee Keegan, Kevin McLoughlin, Cillian O'Connor and Aidan O'Shea remain from Mayo's 2012 All-Ireland final team.

Brian Fox in action for Tipperary last year

Elsewhere, Tipperary forward Brian Fox has also announced his inter-county retirement.

The 33-year old, a nephew of hurling All-Ireland winner Pat, made his championship debut in 2009 and captained the Premier County to a Division 3 Allianz League title in 2017.

The Eire Óg Annacarty Donohill man started at right half-forward when Tipp ended their 85-year wait for a Munster SFC title against Cork last year.

Fox said: "After 14 years playing with Tipperary, I feel now is the right time to step away from intercounty football.

"I feel very honoured to have been given the opportunity to represent my county and even more privileged to have played alongside and enjoyed a few successes with some of the most talented footballers Tipperary has ever produced."