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Cork Keeper Anthony Nash Retires From Inter-County Hurling

Cork Keeper Anthony Nash Retires From Inter-County Hurling
By PJ Browne Updated
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Anthony Nash has retired from inter-county hurling.

The Cork goalkeeper made the announcement via Twitter on Sunday afternoon.

"Just like to take this opportunity to announce my retirement from inter county hurling," Nash wrote.

"I’d like to thank all my family, friends and teammates who supported me throughout my career. It was a dream to represent Cork. I’d like to wish Cork and my friends the best. Now for golf."

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The Kanturk man joined the Cork senior panel in 2006 as backup to Donal Óg Cusack and went on to make his debut in a league game that year against Down. His Championship debut came in 2007 against Waterford.

The 36-year-old won four Munster Championship titles. He was also an All-Star in 2012 and 2013.

Cork GAA thanked Nash "for his years of dedication to Cork Hurling" and added:

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"He was a player who was an influence on both sides of the pitch. No doubt Anthony will continue to play an important role with his club Kanturk."

Photo by Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile

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