Senan Kilbride has informed Roscommon GAA of his intention to retire from inter-county football.
The St Brigid’s man was a regular on the Roscommon Senior Football Team since he made his Championship debut against Galway in 2008.
One of the best regarded forwards in Roscommon football he was at his happiest when, with his brother Ian and his club St Brigids, he won the All-Ireland Senior Club Championship title in 2013.
In May 2015, he collected the Opel Players of the Month Award in football for his performances in the month of April when helping Roscommon claim the Allianz Football League Division Two title.
Commenting on the news Roscommon GAA County Board Chairperson Seamus Sweeney said
“on behalf of Roscommon GAA people everywhere I would like to thank Senan for his tremendous service to Roscommon GAA and I know he’ll continue the great work in St Brigids and through his work as a Primary School Teacher. Well done Senan and thanks for the memories.”