Long-serving WEXFORD player Daity Waters has announced his retirement from the inter-round game.
Daity Waters (right) in a game from Wexford against Dublin last year.
Waters played for the county for more than a decade, making his league debut in 2009 before his championship bow arrived a year later in 2010. Last summer, Waters again competed in the Wexford Football Championship, his 13th season in the county rows when they defeated Wicklow in their first match against Leinster and then challenged Dublin in the provincial quarter-finals.
Daity Waters with a long career has credited time for his inter-round football career. Everyone at Wexford GAA thanks him for his dedication and service and wishes him all the best in the future. See https://t.co/9Y1R0IehLl
– Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) February 23, 2022
Datty Waters, pictured in action with the Wexford Herlers.
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Wexfrod Chairman Michael Martin paid tribute to Waters.
“Daiti has been one of our most consistent and reliable players throughout his inter-district career, and playing more than 100 times for your county shows both great dedication and great talent,” he said. “On behalf of everyone at Wexford GAA, I sincerely thank him for his service and wish him all the best in the future.”