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Brian Dooher: A career in pictures

As the Tyrone legend announces his retirement from inter-county football, we look back at his illustrious career.

AFTER 16 YEARS competing at the highest level, Tyrone captain Brian Dooher called time today on a truly brilliant career in inter-county football.

Now 36, the Clann na nGael clubman retires with two National League medals, five Ulster Championships, and — most importantly of all — three All-Ireland titles, including two as captain in 2005 and 2008.

Always one to lead by example, Dooher also picked up three All-Star nods for his individual contribution to each of the Red Hand’s All-Ireland winning seasons.

In pictures, here are some of the many, many highlights from Dooher’s inter-county career.

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