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Daniel Kearney was born on 19 December, 1989, is a Senior Associate at PwC. At 31 years old, Daniel Kearney height is 5 ft 8 in (173.0 cm).

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Age 31 years old
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Born 19 December 1989
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On 20 January 2020, it was confirmed that Kearney had left the Cork senior team.


On 1 July 2018, Kearney won a third Munster medal following a 2-24 to 3-19 defeat of Clare in the final. He ended the season by being nominated for an All-Star Award.


After taking some time out to recuperate from an injury at the start of the 2017 season, Kearney subsequently returned to the panel for the National League. On 9 July 2017, he won his second Munster medal following a 1-25 to 1-20 defeat of Clare in the final.


After being substituted in the 32nd minute of the Munster Championship quarter-final defeat by Tipperary on 22 May 2016, there were reports that Kearney left the panel. He was later forced to issue a statement on Twitter denying the rumours.


Sarsfields failed to retain the title in 2012 after suffering a two-point defeat by Midleton, however, Kearney played in his sixth final in seven seasons on 12 October 2014. Lining out at midfield, he came in for praise for linking defence and attack and scored a point in the 2-18 to 0-08 defeat of Glen Rovers.

On 13 July 2014, Kearney won his first Munster medal after a six-point defeat of Limerick in the final.

On 9 February 2014, Kearney played at right win-forward on the Munster team that was defeated by Connacht in the Interprovincial Championship semi-final.


During his studies at University College Cork, Kearney established himself as a forward on the senior hurling team. On 3 March 2012, he was a non-playing substitute when UCC defeated Cork Institute of Technology by 2-15 to 2-14 to win the Fitzgibbon Cup.

On 7 October 2012, Sarsfields lined out in their fourth championship final in five seasons. After trailing Bishopstown in the second half, Kearney scored the equalising point in the 41st minute before Sarsfields went on to win by 1-15 to 1-14.

Kearney made his senior debut for Cork on 24 June 2012, replacing Darren Sweetnam in the 50th minute of a Munster Championship quarter-final defeat by Tipperary at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. He established himself as a first-team player team the following season. On 14 July 2013 Kearney lined out in his first Munster final, however, Cork faced a 0-24 to 0-15 defeat by Limerick. On 8 September 2013, Kearney lined out against Clare in the All-Ireland final. Three second-half goals through Conor Lehane, Anthony Nash and Pa Cronin, and a tenth point of the game from Patrick Horgan gave Cork a one-point lead as injury time came to an end. A last-minute point from corner-back Domhnall O'Donovan earned Clare a 0-25 to 3-16 draw. The replay on 28 September was regarded as one of the best in recent years. Clare's Shane O'Donnell was a late addition to the team, and went on to score a hat-trick of goals in the first nineteen minutes of the game. Patrick Horgan top scored for Cork, however, further goals from Conor McGrath and Darach Honan secured a 5-16 to 3-16 victory for Clare.


After losing the 2009 final to Newrtownshandrum, Sarsfields were back in a third successive decider on 10 October 2010. Kearney once again scored a point in the 1-17 to 0-18 defeat of Glen Rovers.

Kearney never played minor hurling for Cork, however, he was subsequently added to the Cork under-21 team, making his debut on 2 June 2010 in a Munster Championship quarter-final defeat of Waterford.


On 28 September 2008, Kearney lined out at right wing-back in his first senior championship final. He scored one point from play in a 2-14 to 2-13 defeat of Bride Rovers to claim his first championship medal.


Kearney joined the Sarsfields club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels, enjoying championship success as captain of the minor team in 2007. That same year he made his senior championship debut at left corner-forward in a 0-13 to 0-12 defeat of Blackrock on 13 May 2007.


Daniel Kearney (born 19 December 1989) is an Irish hurler who plays for Cork Championship club Sarsfields. He was a member of the Cork senior hurling team for eight seasons, during which time he usually lined out as a right wing-forward.