Tom O'Toole

Prop

Biography

Born in Drogheda, O’Toole grew up in Australia, where he played for the Queensland Schoolboys before swapping life down under for Ulster and enrolling at Campbell College. The then 19-year-old joined the Ulster Rugby Academy in 2017, and having delivered a series of outstanding performances for Ulster A in the then British & Irish Cup, he was rewarded with his senior debut in April 2018 against Edinburgh. The former Irish U20 international followed up an impressive end to the 2017-18 season by going on to make a further 18 senior appearances in the following year, earning himself a senior contract in the summer of 2019. O’Toole received his first international call-up to the 2020 Irish Six Nations squad, and made his debut for Ireland against USA in July 2021. O'Toole hasn't looked back and has been a key member of Andy Farrell's Ireland squads in both the 2023 Guinness Six Nations Grand Slam win and the 2023 Rugby World Cup, where he played against Romania.

Details

  • DATE OF BIRTH
    23/09/1998
  • PLACE OF BIRTH
    Drogheda
  • HEIGHT
    1.83 m
  • WEIGHT
    123 kg
  • APPEARANCES
    97
  • HONOURS
    13

Season Stats

Minutes played

279

Points scored

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Tries scored

-

Conversions

-

Penalties

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Drop goals

-

Try Assists

1

Kicking success

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Team Mates

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