Cats star Enright calls time on AFL career

Geelong champion Corey Enright has announced his retirement, bringing his decorated AFL career to an end after 332 games.

The 35-year-old was in good enough form to play on after earning his sixth All-Australian selection but foreshadowed his retirement when he left the field in tears after Geelong’s preliminary final loss to Sydney.

“It has been a privilege to play for this great club and alongside so many champions. I will now take some time now to assess what the future holds,” he said on Wednesday.

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