Kerry legend Seamus Moynihan has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
The Glenflesk player was one of the stars of the Kerry side that clinched the All-Ireland title at Croke Park earlier this month.
He has won a total of four All-Ireland medals, eight Munster medals, three National League titles and two All-Star awards.
Moynihan, who turns 33 next month, will continue to line out for his club and will make his last appearance in a Kerry jersey in the annual GOAL challenge at Austin Stack's Park in Tralee tonight.
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