DONEGAL BOSS RORY Gallagher has confirmed that three more members of the 2012 All-Ireland winning team have played their last game for the county.
Rory Kavanagh, Christy Toye and David Walsh have all retired from the inter-county game, Gallagher confirmed during a briefing with the local media in the Villa Rosa Hotel in Ballybofey on Tuesday afternoon.
The trio follow Eamon McGee and Colm McFadden in retiring from Donegal duty, while Leo McLoone (27) and Odhran MacNiallais (24) have also made themselves unavailable for the county in the coming season.
Earlier today Anthony Thompson (30) revealed he is unable to commit to the squad for personal reasons, but left the door open for a possible return at a later stage of the National League.
Toye was Donegal’s longest serving footballer, while Kavanagh previously walked away after the 2014 All-Ireland final, before he returned to the fray a year later.
The Donegal manager added that Neil Gallagher is unlikely to feature in the coming league campaign as he recovers from a back injury.
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