John Mullane

Birth Day January 28th, 1981
Birth Place Waterford
Age 43 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius

About John Mullane

An Irish hurler who played as a right corner-forward for the Waterford senior team is named for John Mullane. During the 2001 championship, he joined the team and became a regular member of the starting fifteen. Altogether, he has won four Munster winners' medals, one National League winners' medal, and five All-Star awards. Whereas he ended up as n All-Ireland runner-up on one occasion. He is a two-time Munster medalist with De La Salle. He has also won three county club championship medals. He is one of the best players ever never to win the Liam MacCarthy Cup. He announced his retirement from inter-county hurling in January 2013. He was captain of the side in 2007 when he won his sole Railway Cup medal following a 2-22 to 2-19 defeat of Connacht. Besides this, he also made appearances on RTE2's 3rd season of Second Captains Live. He has been co commentating major hurling matches on RTE Radio 1 since the year 2017. He is currently an electrician by the job.

John Mullane is famous for being an Irish hurler who played as a right corner-forward for the Waterford senior team. He is widely considered one, if not the best player Waterford has ever produced. He is best known for being a legend of Waterford due to his passionate displays throughout his career.

John Mullane, a famous Irish Hurler


John Mullane was born on 28th January 1981 in Waterford, Ireland. As of 2020, he celebrated his 39th birthday. He is Irish by nationality and his ethnicity is Irish-White. His Irish name is Sean O Maolain. His Zodiac sign is Aquarius and his religion is Christian. Information about his parent's detail, education, and siblings are still to get unfold yet as he has not mentioned anything about it.

John Mullane is a very handsome man with a charming personality attracting a lot of people's attention towards him. His body build is average. He stands tall at the height of 1.83 m or 6 ft 0 in. He has a balanced weight matching his height. Whereas his exact weight detail, chest size, biceps size, and waist size has not been revealed yet. Overall, he has got a healthy body. His hair color is white and his eye color is green. 

John Mullane's Career

  • John Mullane's hurling career began with the club, De La Salle where he had much success with the club in the minor and u-21 grades. 
  • After that, he lined out in his first championship decider in the year 2005 as the club faced Ballygunner. A narrow 2-10 to 1-12 defeat was Mullane's lot on that occasion.
  • In 2008, the club reached the championship final where Abbeyside was the opponent but De La Salle won.
  • For the first time, he achieved his first country championship medal. 
  • The club even represented Waterford in the provincial series and even reached the final. 
  • Against Portumna, De La Salle was well beaten on that occasion by 2-24 to 1-8.
  • He then added his second Munster medal to his collection following a one-point defeat of Thurles Sarsfield's. 
  • After a couple of years, he won a third county championship medal as De La Salle trounced Dungarvan by 1-21 to 0-12 in the county final.
  • After that, he started his inter-county career as a member of the Waterford minor and under-21 hurling team.
  • He made his senior championship debut for his native country in 2001 against Limerick. But he had to leave the field after pulling his hamstring. Later, the club's opponent won the game. 
  • He then claimed his first Munster winners' medal as Waterford defeated Tipperary by 2-23 to 3-12 to claim the provincial crown for the first time in thirty-nine years in 2002. 
  • Waterford set out to defend their Munster title and build on their success in the year 2003 where he became one of the very few players to have scored a hat-trick of goals in the Munster hurling final, however, Waterford still lost the match. 
  • He won his first All-Star award in the same season. The year 2004 saw Waterford qualify for a third successive Munster final with Cork. Waterford beat Cork by 3-16 to 1-21 to win one of the greatest games of hurling ever played. 
  • In 2005 and 2006 they reached the All-Ireland knock-out series, and they were beaten on both occasions by Cork.
  • He added a National Hurling League medal to his collection when Waterford defeated Kilkenny by 0-20 to 0-18 in the final. 
  • After that, he claimed a third Munster winners' medal as Waterford defeated Limerick by 3-17 to 1-14 in the provincial decider. 
  • He was captain of the side in 2007 when he won his sole Railway Cup medal following a 2-22 to 2-19 defeat of Connacht.
  • In the opening game of the year 2008 against Clare, Waterford lost the game.
  • Later, his side reached the All-Ireland final for the first time in forty-five years. Kilkenny provided the opposition and went on to trounce Waterford by 3-30 to 1-13 to claim a third All-Ireland title in-a-row.
  • In 2009, he finished off the year by receiving a second All-Star award and later achieved third along with his fourth Munster winners' medal. Likewise, he collected his fourth and fifth All-Star awards.
  • He announced his retirement from inter-county hurling in January 2013 declaring that "I just felt in the end that mentally it just broke me-I had enough. Physically I feel I could have gone on for another year or two, but mentally I'd had enough".
  • Beside this,
  • John Mullane has even appeared on RTE2's 3rd season of Second Captains Live after his retirement. 
  • He presented a modern-day version of "The Skills of Hurling", a show from the late 1970s which featured a young Brian Cody and other players from that era. 
  • His skills were, 'Celebrating Winning a Free', 'The Shoulder Welcome', 'The Championship Haircut' and 'The Tunnel Sprint'.
  • He has also been co commentating major hurling matches on RTE Radio 1 since 2017. 

Honors, Awards, and Achievements of John Mullane

De La Salle

  • Munster Senior Club Hurling Championship (2): 2008 (c), 2010
  • Waterford Senior Club Hurling Championship (3): 2008 (c), 2010, 2012


  • Munster Senior Hurling Championship (4): 2002, 2004, 2007, 2010
  • National Hurling League (1): 2007


  • Inter-provincial Championship (1): 2007(c)


  • All Stars (5): 2003, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

John Mullane's Wife, Stephanie Mullane

John Mullane is a married man. He married his beautiful wife, Stephanie Mullane. Details about his married date and how, when their relationship started is still a mystery as he has revealed nothing about his personal life to the media. He is living a happy life with her spouse, Stephanie. The duo is blessed with two kids. His sexual orientation is straight and he is not gay. 

John Mullane and his wife, Stephanie Mullane


John Mullane's Net Worth 2020

John Mullane is a former hurler who has made a huge amount of money before his retirement. The exact details about his net worth are still to get disclosed yet as it can be assumed that his net worth is between $1 Million-$5 Million or more. Similarly, his earnings and salary are also still to get unfold but there is no doubt in the mind of his followers that he is making a good amount of money as of now from his work. He is satisfied with his earnings. 

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