Fermanagh’s longest-serving player, Ryan McCluskey has today announced his retirement from inter-county football after 19 years.
In a statement posted on social media, the 37-year-old thanked management, fans and his family for their support.
“To the numerous managers, back room teams and my teammates it’s been one hell of a pleasure”.
“To all the fans of the green and white keep believing. We will get there.”
— Ryan Mc Cluskey (@clucker60) August 6, 2018
McCluskey has won seven Fermanagh titles with his club, Enniskillen Gaels but failed to win an Ulster medal during his near two-decade career, losing out to Donegal in the final this year.