Seanie Tobin of Limerick has parted ways from the Limerick senior inter-county panel after expressing his ffrustration with a lack of game time.
In a interview with the Limerick leader the Murroe-Boher man spoke about how difficult it was to make the decision.
“This decision was not easy and was not one I wanted to make but I felt it was one I had to make for various reasons that have accumulated over time, I have given everything to Limerick over the last number of years and it’s heartbreaking to walk away. I’ve spoken to a lot of the panel since my decision and they all understand that this is not something I would do lightly. I hope to wear the green and white with them lads again in the future.”
The decision which was made Monday means Tobin now turns his focus to his club championship.
“I am not retiring. I am going back training with my club on Wednesday evening and looking forward to getting going with them. I wish the players all the best for the year ahead.”
Known for one of the quickest sending off’s in the history of hurling, The five year panel member did not make manager TJ Ryan’s match day panel against neighbours Clare last weekend.