Senior Debut: v Zebre, September 2014, Thomond Park
School: De La Salle College Waterford
Club: UL Bohemians
Honours: Ireland U18 Club 2012; Ireland U19 2013; Ireland U20 2014 & 2015
The Waterford man is a product of the Munster youth's system having previously captained his club side Waterpark to an U17 Munster title in 2011 and the year previous was part of the All Ireland winning Waterpark U17 side that defeated Enniscorthy in the decider.
In April 2012 he captained the Ireland U18 Club side against France and England, and then made his British and Irish Cup Munster A debut at 18 years of age against Rotherham Titans in December 2012 after featuring in the Munster U20s interprovincial series.
He featured for the Ireland U19s in 2013 before getting a call up to the U20s squad for the IRB Junior World Championship in France where he played against Fiji.
Captained the Munster U20s for the Interprovincial series in September 2013 and was selected for the Irish U20s squad in the 2014 6 Nations, starting in 4 games and picking up the man of the match award in the opening game against Scotland, scoring 2 tries.
One of 4 players named in their second Ireland U20 JWC squad in June '14 and captained the squad when they travelled to New Zealand for the tournament, playing in 4 games.
Jack made his Munster Rugby PRO12 debut when coming off the bench for Robin Copeland after 57 minutes against Zebre in Thomond Park in September '14.
Captained the Munster 'A' squad for the 2014/15 season.
Scored his first Munster try against Cardiff Blues in February 2014, also scoring in his two subsequent appearances against Scarlets and Glasgow Warriors
Named the 2015 Greencore Munster Academy Player of the Year
Became part of the senior set-up in 2015/16, penning a three year deal that will see him advance to development status for season 2015/16 and full contract status from 2016/17.
Featured heavily in his first season as a senior player, appearing in 26 of the 28 competitive games.
|DOB||8th Feb 1994|
|Height||1.91 m (6' 3")|
|Weight||107 kg (16 st 11 lb)|
|Honours||Ireland (1 caps)|