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John O'Brien was born on 3 January, 1982 in Toomevara, Ireland, is a Self-employed. Discover John O'Brien's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

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Occupation Self-employed
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 3 January 1982
Birthday 3 January
Birthplace Toomevara, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Throughout his career O'Brien made 36 championship appearances. He announced his retirement from inter-county hurling on 26 November 2014.

After a poor start to their 2014 championship campaign, Tipperary reached the All-Ireland final on 7 September 2014. O'Brien started the game on the bench but was introduced as a substitute in what some consider to be the greatest game of all-time. John O'Dwyer had the chance to win the game, however, his late free drifted wide resulting in a draw. O'Brien was also sprung from the bench in the replay which Kilkenny won by 2-17 to 2-14.

O'Brien announced his retirement from inter-county hurling on 26 November 2014. In a released statement he said "I wish to announce my retirement from the Tipperary Hurling team. It has been an honour to have represented my county at senior level since my debut in 2001. I would like to thank everyone who has supported me and made it possible for me to play, most importantly my family and friends, my club Toomevara, the management and backroom teams throughout those years which are too many to mention and also the Tipperary public. I have made many great friends over those years and I would like to wish the current panel and management team the very best of luck."


Tipperary won their fourth Munster crown in five years in 2012 as they easily retained the title. The 2-17 to 0-16 defeat of Waterford gave O'Brien a fifth provincial winners' medal.


Tipperary reclaimed the provincial crown in 2011 following a huge 7-19 to 0-19 drubbing of Waterford in the decider. It was O'Brien's fourth Munster medal. Tipperary subsequently faced Kilkenny in a third successive All-Ireland decider on 4 September 2011. Goals by Michael Fennelly and Richie Hogan in either half gave Kilkenny, who many viewed as the underdogs going into the game, a 2-17 to 1-16 victory.


Three successive Munster titles proved beyond Tipperary, however, in spite of a shock defeat by Cork in the provincial quarter-final, Tipperary used the qualifiers to good effect and qualified for the All-Ireland decider on 5 September 2010. Kilkenny were the opponents once again as they sought a fifth successive All-Ireland crown title. "The Cats" lost talisman Henry Shefflin early in the game due to injury, while Tipp's Lar Corbett ran riot and scored a hat-trick of goals before Noel McGrath added a fourth. The 4-17 to 1-18 victory gave O'Brien his first All-Ireland medal on the field of play.


Tipperary retained their provincial crown in 2009, with O'Brien collecting a third Munster medal following a 4-14 to 2-16 defeat of Waterford. On 6 September 2009 Tipperary faced four-in-a-row hopefuls Kilkenny in the All-Ireland decider. For long periods Tipp looked the likely winners, however, late goals from Henry Shefflin and substitute Martin Comerford finally killed off their efforts to secure a 2-22 to 0-23 victory.


In 2008 O'Brien won a seventh county championship medal following a 2-14 to 0-17 defeat of old rivals Thurles Sarsfield's.

The appointment of Liam Sheedy as Tipperary's new manager saw O'Brien take to a more prominent role. Tipperary remained undefeated during their 2008 league campaign and qualified for the decider against Galway. A Lar Corbett goal proved decisive in the 3-18 to 3-16 victory. It was O'Brien's first National League medal on the field of play. He later collected a second Munster medal as Tipperary continued their winning streak with a 2-21 to 0-19 defeat of a resurgent Clare. After scoring 1-4 in that game he was named man of the match.


After surrendering their county and provincial titles in 2005, Toomevara returned to the county championship decider once again the following year. A thrilling 1-21 to 2-14 defeat of Nenagh Éire Óg, in which O'Brien top scored with 1-4 from play, saw Toomevara take the title once again. O'Brien later won a second Munster medal following a controversial 2-9 to 2-8 defeat of Erin's Own of Cork.


Toomevara retained their title in 2004 following a comfortable 4-12 to 2-12 win over Éire Óg/Golden. It was also a remarkable fifth championship medal in six seasons for O'Brien. After a number of early exits from the provincial championship in recent years, Toomevara subsequently defeated Mount Sion by just a single point to give O'Brien his first Munster medal.


Five-in-a-row proved beyond Toomevara, however, the team reached the county final once again in 2003. A 3-16 to 3-13 defeat of Thurles Sarsfield's once again, gave O'Brien his fourth championship medal.

In 2003 O'Brien was in his last year as a member of the under-21 team. That year Tipperary broke through Limerick's stranglehold on the championship and O'Brien secured a Munster medal following a 2-14 to 0-17 defeat of Cork after extra-time.


Born in Toomevara, County Tipperary, O'Brien first arrived on the inter-county scene at the age of seventeen when he first linked up with the Tipperary minor team, before later joining the under-21 side. He made his senior debut during the 2001 league. O'Brien went on to enjoy a lengthy career, and won two All-Ireland medals, five Munster medals and one National Hurling League medals. He was an All-Ireland runner-up on three occasions.

Both Toomevara and Thurles Sarsfield's met in the county final again in 2001. O'Brien's side were on the verge of history by becoming the third side in history to win four championships in-a-row. A 1-22 to 1-13 trouncing of the Thurles club gave O'Brien his third championship medal.

O'Brien made his senior debut on 21 April 2001 in a 1-16 to 0-13 group stage defeat of Laois in the National League. Tipperary later claimed the league title, however, O'Brien remained as a substitute for that victory. Later that year he made his championship debut when he came on as substitute for Lar Corbett in the provincial decider against Limerick. Tipperary triumphed by 2-16 to 1-17, with O'Brien collecting his first Munster medal. He later collected an All-Ireland medal as a non-playing substitute as Tipperary defeated Galway by 2-18 to 2-15.


Toomevara's championship dominance continued for a third consecutive year in 2000. A 2-10 to 0-11 defeat of Thurles Sarsfield's gave O'Brien his second championship medal.


After making his senior championship debut as a seventeen-year-old in 1999, Toomevara went on to qualify for a second successive county final. A 1-17 to 0-13 defeat of Nenagh Éire Óg gave O'Brien his first championship medal.

O'Brien was seventeen-years-old when he made his minor championship debut for Tipperary in 1999. He collected his first Munster medal that year following a 1–13 to 2-7 defeat of Clare. Tipp progressed to the All-Ireland final where Galway provided the opposition. A 0–13 to 0–10 score line resulted in defeat for O'Brien's side.


John O'Brien (born 3 January 1982) is an Irish hurler who played as a centre-forward for the Tipperary senior team.