Tommy Bowe

Born in February 1984 Tommy Bowe is an Irish rugby union player from County Monaghan, Ireland. Tommy became the first Monaghan man to play for Ulster in 80 years when he made his debut against Connacht in 2004, scoring a try to mark the occasion. A feat he repeated on his Irish debut as a twenty year old against the USA in November 2004 and again on his Lions debut against the Royal XV in 2009.

Tommy has a degree in Construction Engineering and a post graduate diploma in Business Management from the University of London.

Honours and Awards

2004 IRUPA Young Player of the Year

2005 Guinness Ulster Personality of the Year

2008 IRUPA Young Player of the Year

2010 RBS Player of the Championship

2010 IRUPA Player's Player of the Year

2010 Guinness Rugby Writers of Ireland Player of the Year








"I have seen the benefits sports can bring to individuals and the wider community in which they live. Its nice to be about to be able to help the organisations I'm passionate about"


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