|Irish name||Daithí Bulfin|
Mungret, County Limerick, Ireland
|Occupation||Primary school teacher|
|2003/04, 2007/09||Limerick||0 (0-00)|
|*Inter County team apps and scores correct as of 15:01, 4 November 2012.|
Bulfin joined the team during the 2003 National League and was second choice goalkeeper until he left the panel after the 2009 championship. He enjoyed little success in the senior grade and was an unused substitute in Limerick's All-Ireland final defeat in 2007. Bulfin started two games during the 2008 National Hirling League and impressed during defeats away to Tipperary and home to Galway. He received praise for both performances from both local and national media. He made spectacular saves on both games and Limerick would have been defeated by a lot more only for him
At club level Bulfin plays with Mungret.
Bulfin plays his club hurling with Mungret and has had a steady career helping his team in 16 championships and winning the Limerick County Junior title in 2006 when defeating Askeaton in the final. He retired from club hurling in 2013 citing a lack of motovation as his reason for packing it in.
Bulfin made his senior debut for Limerick in a National Hurling League game against Dublin in 2003. It was the only game he played during that campaign, however, he was subsequently included on Limerick's championship panel.
- "Limerick make 10 changes". Hogan Stand website. 24 April 2003. Retrieved 4 November 2012.
- "Kilkenny overpowers Limerick to retain title". Irish Times. 2 September 2007. Retrieved 31 October 2012.
He did start two league games during the 2008 season. He is remembered for making some good saves in both matches, keeping the score down, in two heavy losses to Tipperary and Galway.