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Conor Fogarty was born on 12 May, 1990 in Castlecomer, Ireland, is a Company director. At 30 years old, Conor Fogarty height is 5 ft 10 in (180.0 cm).
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|Age||30 years old|
|Born||12 May 1990|
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Conor Fogarty Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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On 30 June 2019, Fogarty lined out at midfield when Kilkenny suffered a 1-23 to 0-23 defeat by Wexford in the Leinster final.
On 8 April 2018, Fogarty was named amongst the substitutes when Kilkenny faced Tipperary in the National League final. He was introduced as a substitute for Richie Leahy and scored a goal in the 2-23 to 2-17 victory. Fogarty was back on the starting fifteen and lined out at midfield when Kilkenny drew 0-18 apiece with Galway in the Leinster final on 1 July 2018. He retained his position for the replay a week later, however, Kilkenny suffered a 1-28 to 3-15 defeat.
Fogarty won a fourth Leinster Championship medal on 3 July 2016 following a 1-26 to 0-22 defeat of Galway in the final. He was again at midfield for the All-Ireland final against Tipperary on 4 September 2016. Fogarty ended the game on the losing side following a 2-29 to 2-20 defeat.
Fogarty won his third Leinster Championship medal on 5 July 2015 following Kilkenny's 1-25 to 2-15 defeat of Galway in the final. On 6 September 2015, he was again at midfield for the All-Ireland final against Galway. Fogarty ended the game with a fourth All-Ireland medal in five seasons following the 1-22 to 1-18 victory.
On 4 May 2014, Fogarty was selected on the bench when Kilkenny faced Tipperary in a second successive National League final. He ended the game with a third successive winners' medal as an unused substitute following the 2-25 to 1-27 victory. On 6 July 2014, Fogarty won a second Leinster Championship medal - his first on the field of play - after lining out at midfield in Kilkenny's 0-24 to 1-09 defeat of Dublin in the final. On 7 September 2014, he was again at midfield when Kilkenny drew 3-22 to 1-28 with Tipperary in the All-Ireland final. He retained his position on the starting fifteen for the replay on 27 September 2014 and ended the game with a third All-Ireland medal - his first on the field of play - following the 2-17 to 2-14 victory.
On 5 May 2013, Fogarty was listed as a substitute when Kilkenny faced Tipperary in the National League final. He remained on the bench for the entire game but collected a second successive winners' medal following the 2-17 to 0-20 victory.
On 6 May 2012, Fogarty won a National League medal as an unused substitute following Kilkenny's 3-21 to 0-16 defeat of Cork in the final. He was later included on the panel for the Leinster Championship and was an unused substitute on 8 July 2012 when Kilkenny suffered a 2-21 to 2-11 defeat by Galway in the final. On 19 August 2012, Fogarty made his championship debut when he came on as a 67th-minute substitute for Aidan Fogarty in a 4-24 to 1-15 All-Ireland semi-final defeat of Tipperary. On 9 September 2012, he was amongst the substitutes when Kilkenny drew 2-13 to 0-19 with Galway in the All-Ireland final. On 30 September 2012, Fogarty won his second All-Ireland medal as an unused substitute following Kilkenny's 3-22 to 3-11 defeat of Galway in the All-Ireland final replay.
Fogarty was eligible for the under-21 grade for a third and final season in 2011. He made his final appearance in the grade on 7 June 2011 when he lined out at left wing-back in the 1-16 to 2-12 defeat by Wexford.
Fogarty was added to the Kilkenny senior team in advance of the 2011 National League. He made his first appearance for the team on 20 February 2011 when he lined out at right corner-back in a 0-14 to 1-10 defeat of Cork. On 3 July 2011, Fogarty won a Leinster Championship medal as a non-playing substitute following Kilkenny's 4-17 to 1-15 defeat of Dublin in the final. He was again selected amongst the substitutes for the All-Ireland final against Tipperary on 4 September 2011. Fogarty ended the game with a winners' medal following the 2-17 to 1-16 victory.
Fogarty was drafted onto the Kilkenny under-21 team in advance of the Leinster Championship and made his first appearance on 20 May 2009 when he lined out at left corner-back in a 1-21 to 1-10 defeat of Laois. He won a Leinster Under-21 Hurling Championship medal at left corner-back on 15 July 2009 following Kilkenny's 2-20 to 1-09 defeat of Dublin in the final. Fogarty was again at left corner-back when Kilkenny suffered a 0-15 to 0-14 defeat by Clare in the All-Ireland final on 13 September 2009.
Fogarty was added to the Kilkenny intermediate team for the 2009 Leinster Championship. He made his first appearance for the team on 24 June 2009 when he lined out at left wing-back in a 1-13 to 0-13 defeat of Dublin. On 19 July 2009, Fogarty won a leinster Championship medal following a 0-12 to 0-11 defeat of Wexford in the final. Fogarty was switched to left corner-back when Kilkenny faced Cork in the All-Ireland final. He ended the game on the losing side following a 2-23 to 0-16 defeat.
Fogarty joined the Erin's Own club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels. On 26 October 2008, he lined out at midfield when Erin's Own faced Dicksboro in the Kilkenny Minor Championship final. Fogarty was switched to centre-back and produced what has been described as "one of the greatest individual displays ever witnessed in a minor final". He ended the game with a winners' medal following the 1-11 to 0-11 victory.
On 19 October 2008, Fogarty was at midfield when Erin's Own faced Danesfort in the final of the Kilkenny Intermediate Championship. He ended the game with a winners' medal following the 2-10 to 1-10 victory.
Fogarty first played for Kilkenny as a member of the minor team during the 2008 Leinster Championship. He won a Leinster Championship medal on 6 July 2008 after lining out at centre-back in Kilkenny's 1-19 to 0-12 defeat of Wexford in the final. Fogarty was switched to left wing-back for the All-Ireland final against Galway on 7 September 2008. He ended the game with a winners' medal following the 3-06 to 0-13 victory.
Fogarty first came to prominence as a hurler with Castlecomer Community School. Having played in every grade as a hurler, he was eventually called up the college's senior team. On 18 March 2007, he lined out at right wing-back when Castlecomer Community School defeated Kilkenny CBS by 0-11 to 0-06 to win the Leinster Championship.
Conor Fogarty (born 12 May 1990) is an Irish hurler who plays for Kilkenny Senior Championship club Erin's Own and at inter-county level with the Kilkenny senior hurling team. He currently lines out as a right wing-back.