Eoin Brosnan has announced that the weekend's All-Ireland Club Football Championship final was his last ever senior game for Dr Crokes.
The Killarney side lost the St Patrick's Day game heavily to reigning All-Ireland champions Corofin. Brosnan entered the action as a 52nd minute replacement for Daithí Casey.
Today's decision ends a 22-year senior club career and comes just over five years after he retired from inter-county football.
After 22 years with the Crokes senior team, it’s time to hang up the boots. Last Sunday didn’t go our way and well done to Corofin. They are some side. I’m looking forward to cheering on the black and amber from the sidelines now
— Eoin Brosnan (@brosnaneoin) March 19, 2019
Brosnan won eight Kerry SFC titles with Crokes, his first coming in 2000. Last year's victory was Crokes' third Kerry county title in a row.
He was also part of the side which won the club's second All-Ireland title in 2017, adding to their 1992 win.
Dr Crokes selector Niall O'Callaghan said following Sunday's game that the management team will have a discussion with Colm Cooper regarding his future with their senior team.
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