Paddy McGrath has announced his retirement from inter-county football.
The defender was an important part of the 2012 All-Ireland winning Donegal side, receiving an All-Star nomination.
The Ardara man also won 5 Ulster titles and 2 Division Two titles.
In recent years, injuries have hampered McGraths Donegal career, none more so than the torn ACL he suffered against Mayo in 2019.
The 32-year-old has called a day on his 12 year inter-county career and will focus on his club career with Ardara.
Paddy finally bows out from County football after a fantastic career. Donegal’s loss is Ardara’s gain and we look forward to seeing him for many more years in our own green and gold jersey inspiring the next generation of Ardara footballers. What a career @mcgrath_2..! pic.twitter.com/vZIOx0Qi34
— CLG Ard an Rátha/Ardara GAA (@ArdaraGAA) December 6, 2021