Bernard O'Connor Biography
O’Connor was born on March 20, 1979 in Cahersiveen, County Kerry, Ireland. He is the youngest of five children born to Bernard and Mary O’Connor. He grew up loving the game of Gaelic Football with his father as the driving force behind his football career.
Bernard O'Connor is a famous Football Player, who was born on March 20, 1979 in Ireland.
According to Astrologers, Bernard O'Connor zodiac sign is Pisces
Bernard O’Connor (born March 20, 1979) is a Gaelic footballer.
Bernard O'Connor Net Worth
Bernard O'Connor is one of the richest Football Player. Bernard O'Connor is also listed on the elit list of Richest Football Player born on March 20 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Bernard O'Connor net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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In 1997, Bernard would capture his second Munster Minor title, scoring a goal in the final en route to annihilating Limerick, 4-12 to 1-7. As the summer rolled on, Kerry drew Tyrone in the Semi-Final and would play two nailbiters before losing by 2 points in the replay. O’Connor continued to thrive as a footballer with his local club St. Mary’s Cahirciveen and as a result gained an invitation to the Kerry U21 Panel.
O’Connor played with the Kerry GAA Minors in 1996 and 1997, making 8 appearances in the championship. He would capture two Munster Minor titles alongside future Australian Rules great Tadhg Kennelly.
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Bernard grew up next to Con Keating Park and helped his local club to achieve great success alongside Kerry legend, Maurice Fitzgerald. He has 4 South Kerry Senior championships medals with his football club, St. Mary’s Cahirciveen, winning in 1995, 2001, 2002, and 2003. He played a big role in St. Mary’s winning the Kerry County Football League-Division 2 and the Kerry Intermediate Championship in 2001. They would go on to capture the Kerry County Football League-Division 1 in 2003.
In 2000, O’Connor made his final appearance for Kerry against Waterford in the Munster U21 Semi-Final replay, coming in at centre back for Eugene Courtney (Glenbeigh/Glencar). Playing alongside future Kerry Senior regular Marc O Se at wing back, Kerry were defeated 1-10 to 0-10.
In 1999, O’Connor started the championship campaign for the Kingdom, starting in a victory over Waterford in the Munster Quarter Final. Kerry would beat Limerick in the semi final and Cork in the final to capture their 67th U21 Munster crown. Bernard played in the All-Ireland Semi- Final against Roscommon, helping Kerry to a 3-15 to 1-8 landslide win. However, Kerry were beaten by Westmeath in the final, 1-12 to 0-9.
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O’Connor started playing for the Kerry Minor Football Team in 1996. As a forward, he helped Kerry win their 32nd Munster Minor title by defeating Cork 3-9 to 2-6 in the final, a feat his father achieved 47 years prior with the ’49 Kerry minors. Kerry defeated Mayo by a point in the All-Ireland Semi-Final and advanced to face Laois in the final. Despite a great effort from the Kingdom, they could not overcome an early fluke goal and lost 2-11 to 1-11.
In 1998, Bernard started the Munster U21 Semi-Final in a winning effort against Clare at right half forward. The team would go on to beat Tippearay in the Munster Final for Kerry’s 66th U21 Munster crown. Kerry went on to beat Armagh in the All Ireland Semi-Final, and defeated Laois in the final 2-8 to 0-11, avenging the ’96 Minor loss.
O’Connor played with the Kerry U21s from 1998 to 2000, making 4 appearances in the championship. He would capture two Munster U21 titles and an U21 All Ireland medal alongside future Kerry greats Tomas O Se, Tom O’Sullivan, Mike Frank Russell, and eventual Kerry Senior manager, Eamonn Fitzmaurice.