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Tuesday 31 January 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Walking Away

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# Wizard of Oz
Relive Harry Kewell's best Leeds and Liverpool goals as Australian player announces retirement
The 35 year-old will play his last game in the A-League in April.
# Walking Away
Sean Stack steps down as manager of Munster club hurling champions Na Piarsaigh
The former Clare player won two county and two Munster titles as manager of the Limerick club.
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Paul Galvin rules out retirement u-turn after 'bit of fun' went out of Gaelic football
The former Kerry footballer is at peace with his recent decision.
# Walking Away
Kerry boss Eamon Fitzmaurice reveals why Paul Galvin has retired
It was announced tonight that the 34 year-old has called it a day.
# Walking Away
Farewell – 25 intercounty GAA stars who called it a day in 2013
The leading footballers and hurlers who bowed out this year.
# gaffers
Stepping Down – 15 GAA managers who called it a day in 2013
Mick O’Dwyer, Kieran McGeeney, John Allen and Conor Counihan were amongst those who handed in the Bainisteoir bibs in 2013.
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Tyrone's Pascal McConnell announces his inter-county retirement
The goalkeeper won three All-Ireland senior medals with the county.
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Recalled by JBM and retiring from Cork in 2012 – Seán Óg book extract
The former Cork hurler writes in his new book about being recalled by Jimmy Barry-Murphy before retiring at the end of 2012.
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Here's how Twitter reacted to the end of Trap
There’s been a lot of enthusiasmus to tweet about Trap.
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15 GAA players who are set for their first championship in retirement
This lot have hung up their boots since last summer.
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Blow for Lilywhites with loss of White
Kieran McGeeney will have to plan without a midfielder for the coming year.
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Captaincy not an issue for Mullane
The De La Salle forward has revealed that he knew during pre-season training last year that 2012 would be his final season with the county side.
# Walking Away
Brian Geary calls time on Limerick hurling career
The experienced Monaleen clubman, who made his Munster championship debut in 1999, has opted out of the inter-county game.
# Walking Away
Nicholas Murphy announces retirement
After 16 years with the Cork senior football panel, the Carrigaline player has called it a day.
# Walking Away
McCarthy resigns as Laois manager
The O’Moore County are on the hunt for a new senior hurling supremo.