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Munster’s Mike Sherry announces retirement from Rugby

Limerick’s Mike Sherry has announced his retirement from professional Rugby today.

In a short post on Twitter, Sherry thanked all those who helped him live out his dream as he represented his home Province of Munster for ten years.

Sherry represented Munster on 108 occasions and was capped once by his country, against the USA in 2013.

His career has been blighted by injuries as he appeared just five times for Gloucester last year after moving on from Munster.

We would like to wish the former Garryowen player happiness in his retirement.

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