Waterford legend Michael 'Brick' Walsh has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling.
Walsh, who played 75 Championship matches since making his debut in 2003 has been a key player for the Déise over the years.
Since news of his retirement came out, the tributes have been pouring in.
Michael 'Brick' Walsh has finished his career in Inter-County hurling. He has been an unbelievable servant for Waterford, with 74 appearances with the county , 4 all stars and 3 Munster titles to his name. Thank you Brick🔵⚪ pic.twitter.com/eo0j8TP8lt— WATERFORD HURLING NEWS (@gaa_waterford) October 15, 2019
Will miss Brick Walsh lining out for Waterford- a giant of the game in our neck of the woods who always, always gave it his all for the team. One of my all time favorite players- thanks Brick ⚪️🔵— Dave Recruits (@davewalshrec) October 15, 2019
— Des Cahill (@sportsdes) October 14, 2019
Waterford will also have to plan for the 2020 season without Noel Connors and Maurice Shanahan after the pair were dropped by new manager Liam Cahill.