Enda Muldoon has played his last game of football after announcing his retirement from club duty.
The Derry legend quit the county scene in 2012 aged 34 after 15-years in the Oakleaf jersey and has now retired from after 23-years playing senior football with Ballinderry.
Muldoon is believed to be going into club management with Banagher.
The All Star won eight Derry SFC titles and an All-Ireland club title during his playing days.
After 23 years of playing senior football for @BallinderryGAC. The time has arrived for me to hang up the boots. The pleasure was all mine.- Enda Muldoon (@MuldoonEnda) November 13, 2017