Muldoon hangs up his boots for good


Enda Muldoon has played his last game of football after announcing his retirement from club duty after almost a quarter century .

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.

An All Star in 2004, he also won Ulster titles at minor, U21 and senior. He also won an All-Ireland U21 title in 1997, as well as NFL titles in 2000 and 2008. He won eight Derry SFC titles two Ulster SFC and an All-Ireland club title during his playing days.


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