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  1. Paul Jeremiah O'Connell (born 20 October 1979) is an Irish former rugby union player and coach. When he stopped playing, he was Ireland's third most-capped player (108) and the eighteenth most-capped international player in rugby union history. During his career, O'Connell captained Munster, Ireland and the British & Irish Lions.

    • Paul Jeremiah O'Connell
    • 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
    • 20 October 1979 (age 43)
  2. Learn about Paul O'Connell, one of the most respected and influential figures in world rugby. Explore his achievements, philanthropy, media work and contact details on his official website.

  3. 25 de out. de 2022 · That first Grand Slam in 61 years for Ireland will go down in Championship and sporting legend – and it’s no surprise that OConnell was at the heart of it. In the tense 17-15 victory over Wales that clinched the clean sweep, OConnell was a behemoth in the lineout, repeatedly pinching Welsh ball.

  4. 13 de out. de 2015 · By Tom English. BBC Scotland. You didn't need to see the replays to know Paul O'Connell's injury was a devastating one - all the evidence you required was there on the distressed face of a...

  5. 7 de jan. de 2021 · The former captain and lock, who won 108 caps for Ireland and three Lions tours, joins Andy Farrell's set-up ahead of the 2021 Six Nations. He replaces Simon Easterby, who moves to defence coach, and will work with the forwards and line-out.

  6. 6 de fev. de 2021 · By Michael Morrow. BBC Sport NI. Six Nations 2021: Wales v Ireland. Venue: Principality Stadium, Cardiff Date: Sunday, 7 February Kick-off: 15:00 GMT. Coverage: Live on BBC One, BBC Radio Wales,...

  7. 10 de fev. de 2016 · In an RBS 6 Nations career that spanned 14 years, three titles and one Grand Slam, Paul OConnell terrified opponents, tormented opposition line-outs and led his country with ferocious passion. The Limerick man announced his retirement from all rugby after failing to recover from his hamstring injury sustained in Ireland’s Rugby ...