Dave Kilcoyne at Irish training during the week
Dave Kilcoyne at Irish training during the week
Getting To Know Dave Kilcoyne
11 November 2012, 9:38 am
By The Editor
Looking to Ireland v South Africa on Saturday and a possible first cap for Dave Kilcoyne it's only fitting we profile him today.
Promoted after his second year in the Academy, Kilcoyne secured a senior contract at the start of the 2012/13 season.

The 23 year old prop has made 8 appearances for Munster this season including a Heineken Cup debut against Racing Metro.

DOB: 14th Dec. 1988
Birthplace: Limerick
Height: 1.83m (6')
Weight: 112kg (17st 8lb)
Postiion: Prop
Club: UL Bohemians

Favourite Food: Steak

Favourite TV programme: Entourage

Favourite Film: Gladiator

Favourite Actor/Actress: Alan fron the Hangover

Most enjoyable holiday location: California

Marooned on a desert island what could you not be without: Food

Favourite sport other than rugby: Tennis

The sport you least like: Darts

Person you would most like to meet: Johnny Drama

Sportsperson you admire most: Le Bron James

Hobbies: Playing piano and watching movies

Where and when did you first play rugby: With UL Bohs Under 8s

Biggest influence on career: Packie Durkan

Best career advice you were given: Keep working hard and take your time

What you like most/least about being a rugby player: The friends you make./90 second drills at the end of training.

Other sports that you played: Hurling,Soccer,Basketball and Gaelic Football.

Best rugby memory: Winning the B&I Cup

Rugby Player you admire most: John Smit

Sporting event you would most like to attend: Usain Bolt at next Olympics

If you weren't a rugby player what would you be: A businesss man.

Three people you would invite to dinner and why: Johnny Drama, John Goodman from Roseanne and Mike Sherry to see if they are related or do they just look alike.

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