He was born in Norwood, Greater London to Irish parents. He represented Ireland internationally. In 1908 he was eliminated in the semi-finals of the 110 metre hurdles event after finished second in his heat.
He was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) on 20 May 1899, and promoted to a lieutenant on 24 February 1900. He died in Sudan, as part of the Egyptian army fighting the Annaks.
- Hart's Army list, 1901
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