Tomás Clancy calls time on inter county career
Tomás Clancy has announced his inter county retirement.
The Fermoy clubman made his senior debut in 2013, but missed the 2020 championship campaign due to injury.
His club confirmed the news on Twitter last night, saying he was “A leader he consistently performed with discipline, passion.”
@fermoygaa wish Tomás Clancy well in his retirement from Cork football. A leader he consistently performed with discipline, passion we are proud of his inter county contribution Fermoy colours only now for the future. Thank you @21tomcat @ucc_gaa @OfficialCorkGAA @echolivecork
— Fermoy GAA (@fermoygaa) February 1, 2021
Cork GAA also paid tribute to the Fermoy man.
Best wishes to Tomás Clancy on his retirement from inter-county football. Tomás has given great service to Cork over the last number of years. Thank you and best wishes for the future and hopefully Tomás will be playing with @fermoygaa in the future. https://t.co/8V6x43shif pic.twitter.com/y7IQ356NZM
— Cork GAA (@OfficialCorkGAA) February 1, 2021