Cork hurler and former footballer Eoin Cadogan has called time on his inter-county career after 15 years.

The 35-year-old from Douglas made his debut for the Cork footballers in 2007 after winning an U21 All-Ireland but lined out for the hurlers the following year.

He then spent six years (2008-2012 and 2014) as one of a select number of inter-county dual players before alternating between the two sides in recent years.

Cadogan won an All-Ireland SFC title in 2010, three Allianz Football League crowns and Munster titles in 2009 and 2012.

In hurling, he won Munster titles in 2014 and 2018 and started August's All-Ireland final defeat to Limerick.

His younger brother Alan is also part of the Cork hurling panel.

In a statement on social media, Cadogan said: "Throughout my 15-year career, representing Cork in both hurling and football, I can rest easy in the knowledge that I did so with pride, respect and honour for my team-mates, my club, supporters and the Cork jersey.

"To be able to say I played at the highest level in hurling, football and represented my country in international rules is a dream I've made real through hard work, determination and perseverance."