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Barbarian Men

Thomas Joseph Kiernan

Full-back

8

Matches

54

Points

Country

Ireland

Playing Record

Games
04 Oct 1965
Lidget Green
Bradford & Bingley
47
3
Barbarians
28 Mar 1964
National Stadium
Cardiff
21
3
Barbarians
01 Apr 1961
National Stadium
Cardiff
11
19
Barbarians
02 Oct 1965
Friarage
Hartlepool Rovers
8
35
Barbarians
31 Mar 1964
Rodney Parade
Newport
3
23
Barbarians
16 Apr 1965
Recreation Ground
Penarth
13
26
Barbarians
19 Apr 1965
St Helen's
Swansea
9
8
Barbarians
03 Apr 1961
St Helen's
Swansea
8
0
Barbarians
Statistics
8 Games Played
6 Wins
2 Losses
54 Points

Thomas Joseph Kiernan

Thomas Joseph Kiernan was born in Cork on 7 January 1939 and educated at Presentation College and University College, Cork. He played at full-back for the Constitution club. Between 1960 and 1973 he set new records for appearances and scoring for Ireland with 135 points in 54 internationals; he also captained his country 24 times. In 1962 he played in 10 games, including one test, for the British Isles in South Africa. Six years later he toured there again as Lions' captain and scored 84 points in 13 matches including a series record of 35 in the four tests. In later years Tom Kiernan became president of the IRFU in 1988/89. He captained the Barbarians against Swansea in 1965.

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