Keiron Cunningham height - How tall is Keiron Cunningham?
Keiron Cunningham was born on 28 October, 1976 in St Helens, United Kingdom. At 44 years old, Keiron Cunningham height is 5 ft 9 in (176.0 cm).
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|Keiron Cunningham Age||46 years old|
|Born||28 October 1976|
|Birthplace||St Helens, United Kingdom|
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Keiron Cunningham Weight & Measurements
|Weight||107 kg (236 lb; 16 st 12 lb)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
|Children||Shannah Cunningham, Jonah Cunningham|
Keiron Cunningham Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Keiron Cunningham worth at the age of 46 years old? Keiron Cunningham’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Keiron Cunningham's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
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Keiron Cunningham Social Network
|Wikipedia||Keiron Cunningham Wikipedia|
Following his retirement as player Cunningham remained at St Helens as an assistant coach, and was head coach of the club between 2015 and April 2017. Cunningham is currently head of rugby at Leigh Centurions.
On Monday 20 October 2014, Cunningham was appointed as Head Coach of St. Helens. He appointed former Saints teammate Sean Long to assist him for his role. On 10 April 2017 it was announced on the BBC North West Today lunchtime bulletin that Cunningham had been sacked after 24 years associated with the club.
Following his retirement as a player, Cunningham took up an assistant coaching role in the strength and conditioning department at St Helens. After the sacking of Royce Simmons in 2012 he was appointed assistant head coach of St Helens, working alongside temporary head coach Mike Rush.
In 2010, Cunningham announced that he would be retiring from rugby league following the culmination of 2010's Super League XV. 2010 also marked the last year at St Helens' Knowsley Road ground before moving to a new stadium. It was, in fact, Kieron Cunningham who scored the last try ever at the prestigious ground in his penultimate match. However, despite a memorable 2010 play-offs for Cunningham, there was to be no fairytale ending as his last ever game ended in defeat against arch rivals the Wigan Warriors in the 2010 Super League Grand Final.
Following a supporters' poll featuring the likes of Tom van Vollenhoven and Alex Murphy, Cunningham was chosen to be cast as a bronze statue outside of Langtree Park. The statue was unveiled on Chalon Way opposite the Glass House pub in March 2010 and was relocated to the stadium following its completion in October 2011.
He played in the 2009 Super League Grand Final defeat by the Leeds Rhinos at Old Trafford.
During his career he won five Super League Championships, seven Challenge Cup Winners Medals and two World Club Challenge Winners medals, was named in the Super League Dream Team on six occasions, and in July 2007 Rugby League World magazine ranked him as the greatest player of the Super League era.
Over the course of his career, Cunningham rejected offers from the Welsh Rugby Union, England Rugby Union, and from various Australian rugby league clubs, instead choosing to remain with his hometown team. In 2006 Cunningham was named as captain of St. Helens following the persistent injuries and subsequent retirement of Paul Sculthorpe. Cunningham played for St. Helens at hooker in their 2006 Challenge Cup Final victory against the Huddersfield Giants. St Helens reached the 2006 Super League Grand final to be contested against Hull FC, and Cunningham played at hooker, scoring a try in Saints' 26-4 victory. As 2006 Super League champions, St Helens faced 2006 NRL Premiers the Brisbane Broncos in the 2007 World Club Challenge. Cunningham played from the interchange bench in Saints' 18-14 victory.
Cunningham played for St. Helens at hooker in their 2002 Super League Grand Final victory against the Bradford Bulls.
Cunningham played for St Helens at hooker in their 2000 Super League Grand Final victory against the Wigan Warriors. As Super League V champions, St Helens played against 2000 NRL Premiers, the Brisbane Broncos in the 2001 World Club Challenge. Cunningham played at hooker in Saints' victory.
Keiron Cunningham played hooker, and scored a try in St. Helens' 16-25 defeat by Wigan in the 1995–96 Regal Trophy Final during the 1995–96 at Alfred McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield on Saturday 13 January 1996.
Cunningham played for St Helens at hooker in the 1996 Challenge Cup Final, scoring a try in the second half of the match and helping his team to a 40-32 victory over the Bradford Bulls. At the end of 1996's Super League I, Cunningham was named at hooker in the 1996 Super League Dream Team. Cunningham played for St Helens at hooker in their 1999 Super League Grand Final victory over the Bradford Bulls. Also in 1999 he was the only British player voted into the World XIII.
In 1993, on his 17th birthday, Cunningham signed for his hometown club St Helens from Wigan St Judes. He made his début in the 1994–95 Rugby Football League season, and soon established himself as a world class hooker, renowned for his dynamic running from dummy half and ability to poach tries from short distances. He represented both Great Britain and Wales in international matches, qualifying for Wales because of a Welsh grandfather.
Keiron Cunningham (born 28 October 1976) is a British professional rugby league coach and former player. A Great Britain and Wales international representative hooker, he played his entire professional career at St Helens, making nearly 500 appearances for the club between 1994 and 2010 and winning numerous trophies. He has been frequently cited as being among the best players in the Super League history and is widely regarded to be one of St Helens' greatest players of all time.