Brennan calls time on Kilkenny career

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Kilkenny Hurling legend Eddie Brennan has decided to call time on his inter-county hurling career.

The 33 year old Brennan signed off on a brilliant career with the Cats by setting up a crucial goal for team-mate Richie Hogan in last September’s All-Ireland final win over Tipperary, to claim his eighth All Ireland winner’s medal.

The Ballycallan club man who is one of just six hurlers to win 8 all Ireland’s also won 10 Leinster medals, four Allianz Leagues and four GAA All Star awards in a glittering career.

Brennan made his debut for Kilkenny in 2000 and played inter-county hurling for 12 seasons, before deciding to retire ahead of the start of the 2012 campaign.

See a selection of Eddie’s goals for Kilkenny:

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