Tom Tierney

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Tom Tierney is a retired Irish rugby union player. He played at scrum-half for Richmond, Garryowen, Munster, Galwegians, Connacht, Leicester and Ireland. He won eight international caps in 1999 and 2000.[1][2] He previously coached Garryowen FC, Cork Constitution RFC and led Glenstal Abbey School to a Limerick City Senior School's cup win. Tierney is currently the Head Coach of the Irish national women's rugby team.[3] Tom comes from the Fairgreen in Limerick where his mother Anne (Mrs Tierney) still lives & he has one brother Dennis who is a journalist with Limerick 95fm & two sisters Anne-Marie & Elaine. Tom excelled at Compa which is a game played solely in the Fairgreen.

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