The second line will play for the third different home franchise in his career
After saying goodbye to the zebras associated with 2019 to 2021, Irish second tier Mick Kearney returned home. Born in 1991, the forward actually signed a (short-term) contract with Ulster for the next season.
Mick Kearney: A new experience in Ireland after zebras
After playing with Conach and Leinster, Cairney is coming up with a third “domestic adventure” with three different franchises. Belfast-based head coach Dan McFarland defined: “Mick is ready. We know what we can give him personally and collectively through his excellent professionalism.
Then he added: “Our pre-season? It’s going to be great, training is about having the right desire to take on bigger challenges and measure yourself against better opponents.”
The player’s point of view
“I’m delighted to have signed with Ulster – forward – and I will have the opportunity to represent the franchise in the coming months.
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