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Patrick Horgan was born on 5 May, 1988, is a Sales executive. Discover Patrick Horgan'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 32 years old?
|Age||33 years old|
|Born||5 May 1988|
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Patrick Horgan Height, Weight & Measurements
At 33 years old, Patrick Horgan height is 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) .
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Patrick Horgan Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Patrick Horgan worth at the age of 33 years old? Patrick Horgan’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from . We have estimated Patrick Horgan's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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On 20 October 2019, Horgan played in his fifth final when Glen Rovers faced Imokilly. Lining out at centre-forward he top scored with 0-11, including eight frees, but ended the game on the losing side following a 2-17 to 1-16 defeat.
On 19 May 2019, Horgan became only the fifth player ever to score a cumulative total of 400 points in the championship after registering 1-09 in a 1-26 to 1-19 defeat of Limerick. He also became the all-time top points scorer in the Munster Championship. Horgan ended the month by being named as the GAA/GPA Player of the Month for May. On 6 August 2019, he became only the second player ever after Henry Shefflin to be presented with a third GAA/GPA Player of the Month award. Horgan ended the year by receiving a fourth All-Star award while he was also shortlisted for the Hurler of the Year award.
On 16 November 2019, it was announced that Horgan would captain the Cork senior hurling team for the 2020 season.
Horgan married Ashley Lovett at the Church of St Mary's in Ballincollig on 22 November 2019.
On 1 July 2018, Horgan won a third Munster Championship medal following a 2-24 to 3-19 defeat of Clare in the final. On 17 July 2018, he was voted as the PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month for June as a result of "his usual unerring accuracy from placed balls and crucial scores from play". Horgan was later named in the left corner-forward position on the All-Star team.
Horgan won his second Munster Championship medal on 9 July 2017 after scoring thirteen points in the 1-25 to 1-20 defeat of Clare in the final. During the game he surpassed Christy Ring to become Cork's all-time top championship scorer. Horgan ended the season by being named in the left corner-forward position on the All-Star team.
For the third year in-a-row, Glen Rovers qualified for the championship final on 9 October 2016. Horgan scored 0-12 from centre-forward and secured the man of the match award in the 0-19 to 2-10 defeat of Erin's Own. He ended the 2016 championship as joint-top scorer with 3-63 from six games.
Horgan was at centre-forward for much of the Glen's 2015 championship campaign. He was also named in that position for the final against reigning champions Sarsfields. Horgan scored nine points, including seven frees, in the 2-17 to 1-13 victory for Glen Rovers. It was the club's first championship title since 1989.
On 3 May 2015, Horgan was at left corner-forward in Cork's 1-24 to 0-17 defeat by Waterford in the National League final. His seven points from placed-balls ensured he ended the league as joint-top scorer with 2-87.
On 12 October 2014, Horgan was at right corner-forward when Glen Rovers faced Sarsfields in the Cork Senior Championship final. He was held scoreless from play but scored five frees, however, Sarsfields won by 2-18 to 0-08.
On 3 July 2014, Horgan won a Munster Championship medal after scoring eight points in Cork's 2-24 to 0-24 defeat of Limerick in the last final to be played at the old Páirc Uí Chaoimh. He ended the season by being nominated for a fourth All-Star.
Horgan was selected for the Munster team for the third successive year in 2014. On 9 February, he was at full-forward for Munster's 1-18 to 0-16 defeat by Connacht in the semi-final.
On 8 October 2014, Horgan was selected for the Ireland squad once again. On 25 October, Ireland won the two game series on an aggregate score of 4–26 to 3–22, with Horgan claiming a second winners' medal.
Horgan lined out in his second Munster Championship final on 14 July 2013. Just before half-time he was red-carded for a stroke to the head of Limerick’s Paudie O'Brien. Cork eventually lost the game by 0-24 to 0-15. Horgan's red card and one-match ban were later rescinded following a successful appeal to the Central Hearings Committee. On 8 September, Horgan lined out at full-forward against Clare in the All-Ireland final. He top scored for Cork with ten points, including eight frees, in the 3-16 to 0-25 draw. Horgan was again at full-forward for the replay on 28 September and scored nine points in the 5-16 to 3-16 defeat. He ended the season by being named at full-forward on the All-Star team.
On 3 March 2013, Horgan won a Railway Cup medal after scoring nine points in Munster's 1-22 to 0-15 defeat of Connacht in the final. He also ended the Railway Cup as top scorer with 0-15.
On 19 February 2012, Horgan was selected for the Munster inter-provincial team for the first time. He scored three points from left corner-forward in the 3-14 to 1-16 defeat by Leinster in the semi-final of the Interprovincial Championship.
On 9 October 2012, Horgan was named on the Ireland squad for the Shinty/Hurling International Series. On 20 October, he scored 3-08 in Ireland's 3-10 to 2-09 defeat of Scotland in the first leg. Horgan played no part in the second leg, but claimed a winners' medal as a non-playing substitute as Ireland won the two-game series on aggregate.
Horgan was named vice-captain of the Cork senior team for the upcoming season on 29 October 2011. He later assumed the captaincy after an injury to captain Donal Óg Cusack ruled him out of the latter staged of the league and the championship. On 6 May 2012, Horgan lined out in his second National League final. He scored nine points, including six frees, in the 3-21 to 0-16 defeat by Kilkenny. He ended the league and championship as Cork's top scorer with 1-94, while Horgan was also nominated for a second All-Star.
On 10 October 2010, Horgan lined out at full-forward in Glen Rovers' first Cork Senior Championship final in 19 years, however, Sarsfields won the game by 1-17 to 0-18. Throughout the championship, Horgan had a scoring average of ten points per game. After scoring ten points in the final, he ended the 2010 championship as top scorer with 6-62 from eight games.
On 2 May 2010, Horgan lined out at corner-forward in Cork's 2-22 to 1-17 defeat by Galway in the National League final. He scored three points, one of which was scored from a penalty which was deflected over the bar. On 11 July, Horgan lined out in his first Munster Championship final when he was named at left corner-forward in Cork's 2-15 apiece draw with Waterford. He was named in the same position for the replay a week later but was substituted at half-time after being held scoreless in the 1-16 to 1-13 defeat. Horgan ended the season by being nominated for his first All-Star.
Horgan was in his final year with the Cork under-21 team when he was appointed captain for the 2009 Munster Championship. On 3 June, he scored 0-12 in his only championship game as captain in a 0-25 to 2-22 defeat by Tipperary.
Horgan subsequently progressed onto the Glen Rovers under-21 team. On 8 November 2008, he was at right wing-forward when Glen Rovers faced Duhallow in the Cork Premier Under-21 Championship final. Horgan scored six points, including five frees, in the 1-18 to 2-15 draw. The replay took place on 16 November, with Glen Rovers winning by 4-15 to 2-18. The game was described in the Irish Examiner as "one of the best hurling matches ever played at Páirc Uí Rinn." Horgan was named man of the match after scoring 3-08 of the Glen Rovers tally.
Horgan was the Cork Senior Championship top scorer in 2008. He lined out in all five of Glen Rovers' games that season and scored a total of 1-43.
Horgan made his first appearance for the Cork senior hurling team on 9 March 2008 in a 3-18 to 2-16 National Hurling League defeat of Dublin at Parnell Park. He was later included on Cork's panel for the 2005 Munster Championship and made his debut on 8 June as a 68th-minute substitute for Niall McCarthy in a 1-19 to 1-13 defeat by Tipperary. Horgan made a number of appearances from the bench in Cork's All-Ireland Qualifiers before earning his first championship start at right corner-forward in Cork's All-Ireland quarter-final defeat of Clare on 27 July.
On 6 June 2007, Horgan made his first appearance for the Cork under-21 team. in a 1-14 to 2-10 defeat of Tipperary. On 1 August, he scored two points in Cork's 1-20 to 0-10 defeat of Waterford to win the Munster Championship.
Horgan was appointed captain of the Glen Rovers minor team for the 2006 season. On 11 November, he was at right wing-forward for a second successive Premier County Minor Championship final. Bishopstown were the opponents, however, Horgan gave a man of the match display and scored 0-12 in the 0-18 to 2-09 victory. It was his last championship game in the minor grade.
Horgan was appointed captain of the Cork minor team for the 2006 Munster Championship. On 25 June, he scored seven points from left corner-forward when Cork defeated Tipperary by 2-20 to 1-15 to win a third successive Munster Championship title.
Horgan joined the Glen Rovers club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels. On 20 November 2005, he was at right corner-forward when Glen Rovers faced Carrigaline in the Premier County Minor Championship final. Horgan top scored with 0-08, including five frees, in the Glen's 0-15 to 1-08 victory.
On 28 May 2005, having just turned seventeen earlier in the month, Horgan made his first appearance at senior level in a 0-13 apiece draw with St. Catherine's. On 12 June, he scored his first championship goal in an eight-point defeat by Bride Rovers. Horgan ended the championship as the Glen's top championship scorer with 1-14.
Horgan became a regular member of the starting fifteen during the 2005 Munster Championship. On 26 June, he scored 1-02 from right corner-forward in Cork's 2-18 to 1-12 defeat of Limerick in the Munster Championship final.
Horgan first played for Cork as a member of the minor team. He was an unused substitute throughout the 2004 Munster Championship, but claimed a winners' medal from the bench after a 2-12 to 3-08 of Tipperary in the final. On 15 August, Horgan made his first championship appearance when he came on as a substitute for Eoghan Murphy in Cork's 2-15 to 1-13 All-Ireland semi-final defeat by Galway.
Patrick Horgan (born 5 May 1988) is an Irish hurler who plays for Cork Senior Championship club Glen Rovers and at inter-county level with the Cork senior hurling team. He usually lines out as a left corner-forward.