The Limerick goalkeeper and Kilmallock club man Barry Hennessy has announced his retirement from inter county hurling.
In a statement released through Limerick GAA, Hennessy said he steps away from the squad “with nothing but pride.”
“What started off a childhood dream in the back garden, I now sit here and reflect on ten incredible years with some incredible men,” Hennessy said.
“Being afforded the opportunity to represent my county on the biggest stage has been a massive honour for both me and my family.
“Words cannot describe what the limerick family mean to me and the opportunity I was given to grow as both a player and as a person. I’m incredibly thankful to walk away with some of the best memories and friendship anyone could ever ask for.”
"I look back on the last ten years with nothing but pride."https://t.co/6nL5iRQPGv
— The42.ie GAA (@The42GAA) December 14, 2022
Limerick goalkeeper Barry Hennessy confirms retirement https://t.co/mlcrmC0ljo
— Irish Examiner Sport (@ExaminerSport) December 14, 2022
Good luck to him in his retirement a great servant of the treaty county.