Learn about Dave Kearney Net Worth, Biography, Age, Birthday, Height, Early Life, Family, Dating, Partner, Wiki and Facts.
Who is Dave Kearney:
Dave Kearney is a famous Rugby Player. He was born on July 19, 1989 and his birthplace is Dundalk, Ireland. Dave is also well known as, Irish rugby union wing and fullback who made his professional debut with Leinster in 2009. He won the Six Nations Championship while playing for Ireland in 2014.
Dave is originated from Ireland. He and Jamie Heaslip have been teammates on Leinster.
|Bio / Wiki|
|Full Name||Dave Kearney|
|Date of Birth||July 19, 1989|
|Place of Birth||Dundalk, Ireland|
Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign:
Dave Kearney birthday is on 19-Jul-89 and he was born on Wednesday. He is now 31 years old. Dave sun sign is Cancer and his birth flower is Water Lily.
|Day of Birth||Wednesday|
|Year of Birth||1989|
|Birth Sign Duality||Passive|
|Birth Sign Modality & Element||Cardinal Water|
Height, Weight & Physical Stats:
Dave Kearney is 5 feet 11 inches tall and his weight is 95.02 kg.
|Height||1.81 m (5′ 11″)|
|Weight||95.02 kg (209.48 lbs)|
|Bust – Waist – Hip||N/A|
Early Life and Family:
Before he was famous, He played his youth rugby for Lansdowne and attended University College Dublin. His relationship status is single.
|Number of Children(s)||N/A|
|University||University College Dublin|
|College||Clongowes Wood College|
Dave Kearney Net Worth:
Dave Kearney net worth or net income is estimated to be between $1 Million – $5 Million dollars. He has made such amount of wealth from his primary career as Rugby Player.
|Net Worth||between $1 Million – $5 Million|
|Source of Income||Rugby Player|
|Verification Status of Wealth||Unverified|
Dead or Alive?
According to wikipedia latest update, he is still alive.
Here are some interesting facts about Dave Kearney:
* He played for Ireland’s U20 team as well as the Wolfhounds, the country’s second-tier national team.
* Dave Kearney is an Irish rugby union player.
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