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Limerick stalwart calls time on inter-county career

Pa Ranahan, 32, has decided to bow out after last weekend’s defeat to Cork.

Limerick footballer Pa Ranahan.
Limerick footballer Pa Ranahan.
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LIMERICK GAELIC FOOTBALL stalwart Pa Ranahan has called time on his inter-county career.

The 32-year-old announced his decision on Twitter today and the tributes have since been pouring in for the wing-back who represented his county for nine years.

The Ballysteen man made his championship debut under Mickey Ned O’Sullivan in a Munster SFC clash against Cork in 2007.

Ranahan’s 2016 campaign with the Treaty men, and his inter-county career, ended on Saturday afternoon when they went down to the Rebels by 2-12 to 0-10 in round 2 of the All-Ireland football qualifiers.

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