Ger Cafferkey has become the latest Mayo footballer to announce his retirement from inter-county football.
The 32-year-old represented the Green and Red for 11 years, making 104 senior appearances.
It’s been a privilege to represent Mayo but I’ve decided to call it a day. I want to thank my family, @deeharan , friends, teammates, management, medical teams that helped me through tough times, and all at @MayoGAA… https://t.co/ozYImKcklx
— Gerard Cafferkey (@Caffatron) September 9, 2019
Cafferkey made his Championship debut under John O'Mahony against New York in 2009.
The Ballina Stephenites clubman won an All-Ireland U21 title, six Connacht titles and an All-Star award in 2012.
Cafferkey missed the 2016 Championship campaign as well as the National League in 2017 due to a serious hamstring injury.
His last appearance for Mayo came against Dublin at Croke Park in February.
After 11 years & 104 senior appearances Ger Cafferkey has announced his retirement. He made his championship debut v New York in 2009. He won 6 Connacht SFC medals, 1 All Ireland U21, 3 Connacht U21 & was named an All Star in 2012. #mayogaa #gaa pic.twitter.com/YCQEAw6o3w
— Mayo GAA (@MayoGAA) September 9, 2019