Tomás Clancy retires from inter-county scene

Fermoy’s Tomás Clancy has announced his retirement from inter-county football at the age of 30.

The defender has stepped down following an injury that damaged his calf and Achilles tendon, an injury acquired during a club game in September which saw the star footballer sitting out the 2020 championship with Cork.

Fermoy GAA announced news of his retirement online on Monday night, offering best wishes to Tomás, with hopes to see him playing with Fermoy again in the future.

“He has been a vital servant to Cork GAA and to be fair, he has had a very decorated career with the Sigerson Cup and Cork senior county team,” Bryan Barry of Fermoy GAA said.

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