Cork 'keeper O'Halloran retires

December 13, 2017

Cork goalkeeper Ken O'Halloran celebrates.
©INPHO/Ryan Byrne.

Cork goalkeeper Ken O'Halloran has announced his retirement from inter-county football.

The Bishopstown clubman was Alan Quirke's deputy in 2010 when the Rebels defeated Down to lift the Sam Maguire Cup at Croke Park.

Three years previous he was between the posts for Cork's U21 All-Ireland victory over Laois and went on to add three National League titles to his collection with the county seniors.

A Sigerson Cup winner with UCC in 2011, O'Halloran also represented the Leesiders at minor and U21 level in hurling.



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