Cork goalkeeper Anthony Nash has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling.
The 36-year-old Kanturk clubman announced his decision on Twitter on Sunday afternoon.
The two-time All Star, who also has four Munster titles to his name said it was a 'dream' to represent Cork.
In his 13 years with the senior squad, since making his debut in 2007, he made 43 appearances for the Rebels.
Just like to take this opportunity to announce my retirement from inter county hurling. 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 😀 pic.twitter.com/qNXp5sGWCS
— Anthony Nash (@AnthonyNash6) December 6, 2020
Cork bowed out of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship in round two of the qualifiers after a four-point loss to Tipperary.
Earlier on in the year, Waterford beat them, also by four points in the Munster semi-final.