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2013 All-Ireland final goalscorer announces retirement from Clare hurling duty at just 27

Darach Honan becomes the fourth member of the All-Ireland winning side to retire.

DARACH HONAN IS the latest member of the 2013 All-Ireland winning Clare side to call time on his inter-county career.

Darach Honan celebrates Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Honan, who’s still just 27, has been badly hampered by injury in recent times and Clare FM reported last night that’s he’s announced his retirement.

The rangy forward replaced hat-trick hero Shane O’Donnell in the 66th minute of the All-Ireland final replay against Cork four years ago, and put the icing on the cake with the Banner’s fifth goal in stoppage-time.

He made his debut for Clare seniors in 2010, scoring 5-21 in 13 championship appearances for the Banner.

The Clonlara clubman joins fellow Liam MacCarthy medalists Patrick Donnellan, Colin Ryan and Brendan Bugler in retiring from the inter-county scene since they lifted the All-Ireland title.

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