Limerick football goalkeeper Donal O'Sullivan has announced his inter-county retirement.
The Monaleen clubman, who was also the Treaty County's joint-captain, was a mainstay of the team for a decade. One of the highlights of his career was skippering Limerick along with Iain Corbett to a Munster SFC final appearance against Kerry last year.
Paying tribute to O'Sullivan, Limerick Football Committee chairman Wayne Fitzgerald said: “Donal has been a fantastic servant to Limerick GAA and has been a role model to so many present and upcoming Limerick footballers, we wish him well in his retirement and thank him for all the wonderful memories he has given to so many Limerick Football fans down through the years."
Limerick Senior Football joint captain, Donal O’Sullivan has confirmed his decision to retire from inter county football as of from today.— Limerick Footballers (@LmkFootballers) November 23, 2023
The news that Donal O’Sullivan is retiring from inter county football will be greeted with great disappointment by all followers of football pic.twitter.com/KCgD7ARQht