League Debut: v Ulster, January 2010, Ravenhill
Heineken Cup Debut: v Northampton Saints, November 2011, Thomond Park
Club: Cork Constitution
Internationals Honours: Ireland Schools;Ireland Under 18; Ireland Under 20; Ireland A; Ireland
Educated at PBC Peter joined the academy in 2008 and captained the Ireland U20s in the 2009 6 Nations and Junior World Championship in Japan. In his final year with the academy Peter made his League debut off the bench against Ulster (Jan 2010) and captained Munster to the final of the inaugural British and Irish Cup that season.
Awarded a senior contract at the start of 2011/12 season, he captained Munster in five of their opening games, made his Heineken Cup debut in Round One and scored a try in the second game away to Castres Olympique.
He won his first senior International cap against Italy (Feb '12), was included in the Irish squad for the June tour to New Zealand and played in all three Tests, starting the final one in Hamliton at number 8.
Captained the Irish team in their summer tour of North America and took over the Munster captaincy after the departure of Doug Howlett at the end of the 2012/13 season.
Scored the crucial bonus-point try against Edinburgh as Munster secured a home Heineken Cup quarter-final against Toulouse.
Played a vital part in Ireland's successful 2014 Six Nations campaign. Won the Man of the Match award against Wales but missed the win over Italy before returning for the win in Paris that secured the Championship.
Sustained a shoulder injury in Munster's Heineken Cup quarter-final victory against Toulouse in Thomond Park and after a reconstructive shoulder surgery is ruled out for the remainder of the season. While rehabbing his left shoulder, he also underwent keyhole surgery on his right shoulder, using his time on the side-lines to repair an ongoing issue.
Made a return to action in Munster's away PRO12 win over Leinster in the AVIVA Stadium last October.
Featured for Ireland in the Guinness Series victories over South Africa and Australia in November 2014.
Started every game for Ireland in the successful defence of their 6 Nations title in 2015. Signed a three-year contract with the province and the IRFU that will see him remain with Munster until at least June 2018.
Was ruled out for Munster's PRO12 Final against Glasgow with a hip injury.
O'Mahony played in three of Ireland's Pool D games in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, excelling in the victories over Italy and France as he helped Joe Schmidt's men finish top of the table to book a quarter-final date with Argentina.
He unfortunately sustained a knee injury in the France encounter and was ruled out for the remainder of the season.
|DOB||17th Sep 1989|
|Height||1.91 m (6' 3")|
|Weight||106 kg (16 st 9 lb)|
|Honours||Ireland (35 caps)|