|Date of birth
15 November 1976 |
|Place of birth
||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
|Rugby union career
|Professional / senior clubs
||Club / team
||Club / team
|correct as of 30 Sep 2011.
Anthony Horgan (born 15 November 1976 in Cork, Ireland) is a former Irish rugby union player, who played for Munster and Ireland. He played as a Winger.
Horgan made his Munster debut against Connacht in August 1997. He started for Munster in their first Heineken Cup final against Northampton Saints in May 2000. He was part of the Munster team that beat Neath to win the 2002-03 Celtic League, and he picked up more silverware when Munster beat Scarlets to win the Celtic Cup in May 2005. Horgan started for Munster as they beat Biarritz 23-19 to win their first Heineken Cup final in May 2006.
He played his last game for Munster on the 15 May 2009 in 36-10 Celtic League win over the Ospreys at Thomond Park, where the team also received the trophy as 2008–09 Celtic League winners. Horgan scored Munster's final try, to the delight of the home crowd.
Horgan is Munster's all-time leading try scorer, with 41 tries to his name when he retired in May 2009.
Horgan made his debut for Ireland against Samoa in June 2003. His first and only try for Ireland came against Scotland in September 2003. Horgan was selected in Ireland's squad for the 2003 Rugby World Cup, but he did not feature in the tournament. His last appearance for Ireland was against New Zealand in November 2005.
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