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Shane O’Leary Biography

Shane O’Leary is a famous Rugby Union Player, who was born on March 12, 1993 in Ireland. According to Astrologers, Shane O’Leary’s zodiac sign is Pisces.

Shane Patrick O’Leary (born 12 March 1993) is an Irish-born professional rugby union player, who represents Canada at international level. He primarily plays at fly-half, but has also played as a centre. O’Leary currently plays for English Championship side Nottingham, having previously played for Ealing Trailfinders, Irish provincial side Connacht and Grenoble in France.

Qualified to play for Canada through his mother who was born in New Brunswick, O’Leary contacted Mike Shelley of Rugby Canada to inform the union of his eligibility after he was overlooked for the Ireland under-20 team. O’Leary was chosen in the Canadian under-20 squad for the 2013 IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy. The faith in him was rewarded when he scored 45 points, finishing as the tournament’s top scorer as Canada made it to the final, where they were beaten by the Italian under-20s.

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O’Leary impressed in the academy and was handed a debut for the senior side in the 2013–14 European Challenge Cup, coming on as a replacement against Bayonne on 10 October 2013. O’Leary made four further appearances, playing in the home and away games with London Wasps and Viadana. He was a replacement in all but one of these appearances, starting away to Wasps.

Shane O’Leary Net Worth

Shane O’Leary is one of the richest Rugby Union Player & listed on most popular Rugby Union Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Shane O’Leary net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Shane O’Leary Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Rugby Union Player
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O’Leary impressed in the academy and was handed a debut for the senior side in the 2013–14 European Challenge Cup, coming on as a replacement against Bayonne on 10 October 2013. O’Leary made four further appearances, playing in the home and away games with London Wasps and Viadana. He was a replacement in all but one of these appearances, starting away to Wasps.

Ahead of the 2013–14 season O’Leary moved to French side Grenoble in the Top 14, joining the team’s academy. O’Leary had previously worked with Grenoble skills coach Mike Prendergast, who gave him his debut at Young Munster. Like O’Leary, Predergast was in his first season at the French club. O’Leary had also been assisted by Rugby Canada in his move to France, as the union had helped him to distribute information on himself and his availability to clubs around Europe in an attempt to break into professional rugby. Prendergast and O’Leary made up part a significant Irish contingent for the team, along with scrum-half James Hart, forwards coach Bernard Jackman and the captain Andrew Farley, an Australian-born former Ireland A player.

Shane O’Leary Height

Shane O’Leary’s height 5 ft 10 in weight 198  lbs & body measurements will update soon.

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Weight 198  lbs
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O’Leary qualifies as Canadian through his mother and first represented Canada when he played for their under-20 team at the 2013 Junior World Trophy. He began playing for the senior team in 2017 after being called up for trials ahead of the mid-year internationals.

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In the 2016–17 season, O’Leary appeared as a substitute in Connacht’s opening five Pro12 games, and in the opening two rounds of the Champions Cup. He didn’t in the Pro12 clash with Leinster, but returned for the following round against Newport Gwent Dragons. That month however, O’Leary suffered a concussion injury in training. This injury ruled O’Leary out for some time and he failed to make an appearance for the first team for the remainder of the season. In April 2017, it was announced that O’Leary would depart Connacht at the end of the season.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Rugby Union Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Ireland. Shane O’Leary celebrates birthday on March 12 of every year.

In his second season, O’Leary played in three of Connacht’s Challenge Cup games. He was used as a replacement against Newcastle Falcons in Galway, before starting the away fixture. O’Leary also started in the side’s quarter-final meeting with his former club Grenoble. O’Leary continued to be used sparingly throughout the 2015–16 Pro12 campaign, but injuries to Jack Carty, AJ MacGinty and Craig Ronaldson led to him making more appearances later in the season. He made two starts and three substitute appearances in total during the course of the regular season as Connacht qualified for the league’s play-offs. O’Leary was an unused substitute in the semi-final against Glasgow Warriors, but came on in the Grand Final against Leinster to help close out the game as Connacht claimed their first ever league title. He signed another contract extension in June 2016 to take him up to summer of 2017 with the province.

In 2017 after departing Connacht, O’Leary was called up to trials for the Canadian senior team ahead of the team’s June internationals. He was named to make his debut with a start at out-half in the team’s opening game of the series against Georgia on 10 June 2017.

In September 2017, it was announced that O’Leary had signed for Ealing Trailfinders in the English Championship. Signing for Ealing also meant linking up with Canadian international teammate Djustice Sears-Duru.

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