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Tomas O'Leary

CORK BORN Tomás O’Leary is a livewire scrum half who excelled for Munster in their 2007/08 Heineken Cup winning  campaign and on the back of those performances  went on to make his first start for Ireland against the All  Blacks in November 2008.

He continued as first choice scum half for Declan Kidney’s side during the successful 2009 Grand Slam winning RBS Six Nations where his physicality and ability to mix it provided Ireland with a new dimension.

Educated Christian Brothers College and a son of hurling great Seanie O’Leary, Tomás turned his full focus on rugby after  winning an All-Ireland minor medal with Cork.

He was part of the Ireland team that reached the 2004 Under-21 World Championship final and has also played for the Irish Sevens side.

DOB22nd Oct 1983
BirthplaceCork, Ireland
Height1.80 m (5' 11")
Weight85 kg (13 st 5 lb)
PositionScrum Half
HonoursIreland (24 caps)
Date Opposition Tries Conv DG Pen YC RC Pts Mins
06/08/2011
Scotland







61
20/08/2011
France







53
10/03/2012
Scotland







26
17/03/2012
England







31
Total Played 4 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
171
CompetitionTeamPlayedTriesConvDGPenYCRCPts
2011-2012 - Friendly
Ireland
2







2011-2012 - Six Nations
Ireland
0 +2







2011-2012 Total

2 +2







2010-2011 - Six Nations
Ireland
2
1





5
2010-2011 Total

2
1





5
2009-2010 - Friendly
Ireland
4 +1







2009-2010 - Six Nations
Ireland
5
2





10
2009-2010 Total

9 +1
2





10
2008-2009 - Friendly
Ireland
2







2008-2009 - Six Nations
Ireland
4 +1







2008-2009 Total

6 +1







2006-2007 - Friendly
Ireland
0 +1







2006-2007 Total

0 +1







Total - Friendly

8 +2







Total - Six Nations

11 +3
3





15
Total

19 +5
3
0
0
0
0
0
15
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