Dublin GAA Football legend Michael Darragh Macauley has announced his retirement from intercounty football.
In a tweet posted today, the 34-year-old said: Sin é uaimse. Míle buíochas ó chroí.
Sin é uaimse. Míle buíochas ó chroí pic.twitter.com/6QVEMDcFAp
— Michael D Macauley (@MDMA_9) January 21, 2021
The Ballyboden man made his championship debut in 2010 when came on as a substitute against Wexford.
In his 10 year career, Macauley won eight All Ireland Football medals with Dublin and took home the 2013 footballer of year award.
As well as his intercounty success, Macauley also won three county championships, two Leinster titles and the All-Ireland club championship in 2016, with his club Ballyboden St Enda’s.
After a glimmering career, the towering midfielder walks away winning every honour in the game.