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Joe Canning was born on 11 October, 1988 in Portumna, Ireland, is a Sports sponsorship consultant. At 32 years old, Joe Canning height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

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Joe Canning Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 11 October 1988
Birthday 11 October
Birthplace Portumna, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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On March 2019, Canning suffered a groin injury in the 2019 National Hurling League semi-final defeat against Waterford which required surgery ruling him out of action for 14 to 16 weeks. He returned to action on 15 June 2019 in the last round of matches in the 2019 Leinster Senior Hurling Championship, coming on as a substitute in the 3-19 to 0-24 defeat to Dublin which eliminated Galway from the Leinster and All-Ireland Championship's for 2019.


On 19 February 2017, Canning made his return from injury when he came on as a second-half substitute and scored a penalty in a 3-13 to 1-21 defeat by Wexford in the National League.. On 22 April, he scored nine points when Galway won the National League title after a 3-21 to 0-14 victory over Tipperary in the final. The subsequent championship saw Galway qualify for a Leinster Championship final meeting with Wexford. Canning ended the game as top scorer with ten points after the 0-29 to 1-17 victory. On 3 September 2017, Canning was at centre-forward when Galway faced Waterford in the All-Ireland final. He was the top scorer for Galway in the 0-26 to 2-17 victory and a first All-Ireland Championship for Galway in 29 years. Canning ended the season by being named Hurler of the Year as well as picking up his fourth All-Star.

On 19 November 2017, Galway manager Micheál Donoghue confirmed that Canning was recovering from keyhole surgery. He resumed some light training in January 2018 before returning to the Galway panel for collective training, however, he missed Galway's first four games in the National League and struggled with injuries throughout the season. On 1 July, Canning top scored for Galway with six points in their 0-18 apiece draw with Kilkenny in the Leinster Championship final. The replay a week later saw him end the game as the top scorer with ten points in Galway's 1-28 to 3-15 victory. On 19 August, Canning was at centre-forward when Galway faced Limerick in the All-Ireland final. He scored 1-10 during the game, however, Limerick won their first title in 45 years after a 3-16 to 2-18 victory. A last-minute free by Canning to level the game dropped short. He later stated: "I should have got it. I wouldn't have went back if I didn't think I'd get it. I probably tried to hit it too hard and I kinda mis-hit it a little bit." Canning ended the season by being named in the centre-forward position on the All-Star team, while he was also nominated for Hurler of the Year.


On 3 July 2016, Canning scored six points in Galway's 1-26 to 0-22 defeat by Kilkenny in the Leinster Championship final. Following Galway's exit from the championship in August, he underwent surgery on his hamstring.


Canning lined out at full-forward in the Leinster Championship final against Kilkenny on 5 July 2015. In the 33rd minute he scored one of the "classiest" goals ever seen in Croke Park when he caught the sliotar with his back to goal, turned immediately and fired a shot past Eoin Murphy. Galway eventually lost the game by 1-23 to 2-17. On 6 September, Canning lined out in the All-Ireland final, scoring 1-08, in Galway's 1-22 to 1-18 defeat by Kilkenny. Canning ended the championship as top scorer with 5-55. He ended the season by receiving his sixth All-Star nomination.


On 14 December 2014, Canning scored six points for Portumna in their 1-10 to 2-13 defeat by Gort in the Galway Senior Championship final.


On 28 October 2013, Canning scored 1-05 from left wing-forward when he won his fifth Galway Senior Championship medal after a 3-12 to 0-14 defeat of Loughrea in the final. In the All-Ireland final on 17 March 2014, Canning claimed a fourth winners' medal after scoring ten points in the 0-19 to 0-11 defeat of Mount Leinster Rangers.

On 7 July 2013, Canning scored 1-07 for Galway when the suffered a 2-25 to 2-13 defeat by Dublin in the Leinster Championship final. A disappointing season culminated with Canning failing to be nominated for an All-Star for the first time in his career.

In December 2013, Canning was named as the Galway senior hurling captain for the 2014 season.


In spite of enjoying just one Fitzgibbon Cup success during his career, Canning was named at full-forward on the Fitzgibbon Cup centenary team in 2012.

On 8 July 2012, Canning top scored with 1-10 when Galway defeated Kilkenny by 2-21 to 2-12 to win the Leinster Championship final for the first time in their history. He was also named man of the match. On 9 September, Canning scored a last-minute free to earn a 2-13 to 0-19 draw with Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final. The replay on 30 September saw Canning top score for Galway with nine points, however, Kilkenny retained the title after a 3-22 to 3-11 victory. He ended the season by being nominated for Hurler of the Year as well as winning a third All-Star.


Canning endured disappointing National League and Championship campaigns with Galway throughout 2011. In spite of this, he was nominated for a fourth successive All-Star at the end of the season.


On 2 May 2010, Canning lined out at full-forward and scored 1-05 in Galway's 2-22 to 1-17 defeat by Cork in the National League final. On 4 July, he lined out in his first Leinster Championship final and scored two points in Galway's 1-19 to 1-12 defeat by Kilkenny. Canning was Galway's top scorer throughout the championship and ended the season by being nominated for a third successive All-Star.

In September 2010, Canning was appointed an Ambassador for UNICEF Ireland.


Canning won a third successive Galway Senior Championship medal on 15 November 2009 after a 5-19 to 1-13 defeat of Loughrea in the final. On 17 March 2010, he scored ten points when Portumna were defeated by Ballyhale Shamrocks in the All-Ireland final.

Canning's last two seasons with the under-21 team saw Galway face defeat at the All-Ireland semi-final stage on both occasions. He captained the team in 2009 in what was his last game in the under-21 grade.

Canning ended the 2009 All-Ireland Championship as top scorer with 3-46. He later won a second successive All-Star after he was named in the full-forward position.


LIT hoped to claim historic back-to-back titles in 2008 and qualified for the final against the Waterford Institute of Technology. In spite of Canning scoring a remarkable 1–16 of LIT's total in a tightly contested final, he still ended up on the losing side.

On 2 November 2008, Canning won a third Galway Senior Championship when Portumna retained the title after a 1-18 to 2-07 defeat of Gort in the final. On 17 March 2009, he scored nine points for Portumna when they retained their All-Ireland Championship title after a 2-24 to 1-08 defeat of first-time finalists De La Salle.

On 13 April 2008, Canning made his debut for the Galway senior team in a 2-22 to 0-24 defeat of Cork in the National League semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds. He scored four points, including a trademark sideline cut. On 20 April, he scored 1-06 from left corner-forward in Galway's 3-18 to 3-16 defeat by Tipperary in the final. Canning made his first appearance in the All-Ireland Championship on 28 June 2006 and scored 2-06 in a 6-21 to 1-10 defeat of Antrim. He ended the season by winning his first All-Star, as well as being named Young Hurler of the Year.


In 2007 Canning was in his first year as a member of the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) hurling team. He won a Fitzgibbon Cup medal that year as the National University of Ireland, Galway were defeated by 2–15 to 0–13 in the final.

Canning lined out at left corner-forward in a third successive Galway Championship final on 21 October 2007. He scored 3-04, including three frees, in the 6-12 to 0-11 defeat of Kinvara. On 18 November he scored five points when Portumna defeated James Stephens by 6-23 to 0-07 to win the last Connacht Championship title. On 17 March 2008, hit a total of ten points, eight coming from placed balls, including a free from well over 100 metres out and a sideline cut in the All-Ireland final. His performance was described as a "phenomenon" in the 3-19 to 3-09 defeat of Birr. Canning ended the championship as top scorer with 1-24.

Canning lined out at full-forward on the Galway under-21 team that faced Dublin in the All-Ireland final on 8 September 2007. He scored three points in the 5-11 to 0-12 victory and won his only All-Ireland Championship medal in the grade.


On 22 October 2006, Canning scored seven points from left corner-forward when Portumna suffered a 1-13 to 0-15 defeat by Loughrea in the 2016 Galway Championship final.

Canning was appointed captain for the 2006 All-Ireland Championship as the Galway team attempted to win a third successive championship. He also had the opportunity of becoming the first player since Jimmy Doyle in 1957 to win three successive All-Ireland medals. On 3 September 2006, he top scored for Galway with five points in their 2-18 to 2-07 defeat by Tipperary in the All-Ireland final. Canning later stated that the team could have performed better on the day: "To me, the three-in-a-row thing wasn't in my mind. Our performance was what frustrated me that day. We didn't do ourselves justice. Tipperary blew us off the pitch basically".

On 19 August 2006, Canning was still a member of the minor team when he made his first appearance for the Galway under-21 team. He scored 2-04 after coming on as a substitute in Galway's 1-24 to 2-12 defeat by Kilkenny in the All-Ireland semi-final.


On 13 November 2005, Canning scored 1-11 for Portumna in their 3-21 to 3-14 defeat of Loughrea to win their second ever Galway Senior Championship title. He was again the top scorer for Portumna on 20 November in their 2-22 to 0-06 defeat of Four Roads to win the Connacht Championship. Canning won his first All-Ireland Championship medal on 17 March 2006 following Portumna's 2-08 to 1-06 defeat of Newtownshandrum in the All-Ireland final. After scoring 1-06 of the Portumna total, Canning was named man of the match.

On 11 September 2005, Canning lined out at left corner-forward in his second successive All-Ireland final. He was Galway's top scorer with 1-03 in their 3-12 to 0-17 defeat of Limerick.

In December 2005, Galway senior hurling team manager Conor Hayes admitted that he strongly considered adding Canning to his panel for the 2006 season. He stated: "I'd be conscious of Joe Canning's age but it's something we will be looking at strongly. He'd be very hard to ignore, even at 17 or 18". When Hayes later announced his panel for the 2006 National League, Canning was not included. There was further speculation that he was about to be added to the Galway senior panel during the 2006 All-Ireland Championship, however, he was again omitted. The appointment of Ger Loughnane as Galway manager in September 2006 fuelled speculation that Canning would again be approached to join the Galway senior panel. Canning once again declined, opting instead to concentrate on his role with the Galway under-21 team.


Canning joined the Portumna club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels. He made his first appearance for the club's senior team as a 15-year-old during the 2004 Galway Championship. On 31 October, he was at left corner-forward for Portumna's 0-15 to 0-13 defeat by Athenry in the final.

Canning first played for Galway as a member of the minor team. He made his first appearances as a 15-year old on 15 August 2004 and scored 1-01 in a 2-15 to 1-13 defeat of Cork in the All-Ireland semi-final. He was limited to just one point from play in the subsequent All-Ireland final draw with Kilkenny on 12 September. In the replay a week later Canning scored four points, including two sidelines, in the 0-16 to 1-12 victory.


Joe Canning (born 11 October 1988) is an Irish hurler who plays for Galway Senior Championship club Portumna and at inter-county level with the Galway senior hurling team. He currently lines out as a centre-forward.

Joe Canning was born in Portumna in 1988. His uncle, Frankie Canning, played minor hurling with Galway for three years in their ill-fated Munster Championship campaign in the 1960s and was a non-playing substitute when the Galway senior team were defeated by Offaly in the All-Ireland final of 1981. Canning is the brother of Séamus, Frank, Davy, Ollie, Ivan and Deirdre. All but one of those siblings would go on to win an All-Ireland medal at either club or inter-county level in either hurling or camogie. Ollie played for and captained the Galway senior hurlers winning four All Stars, while Deirdre played for the county camogie team. Joe's family instilled a love of hurling in him, and he was a talented underage hurler and rugby player. Canning was educated locally, before going on to study Business and Marketing at the Limerick Institute of Technology.