MAYO FULL-BACK GER Cafferkey has this evening announced his decision to retire from inter-county football after 104 senior appearances for his county.
Cafferkey announced his retirement on Monday evening.
Source: Oisin Keniry/INPHO
The 32-year-old made his championship debut against New York back in 2009 and became an ever-present member of Mayo’s backline for the best part of a decade.
During his inter-county career, Cafferkey won six Connacht senior football championship titles, an All-Ireland U21 medal, three Connacht U21 crowns and was named an All-Star in 2012.
“It’s been a privilege to represent Mayo but I’ve decided to call it a day,” he said.
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
Source: Gerard Cafferkey/Twitter
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