Former: Irish Rugby player Rob Kearney has announced his retirement at the age of 35. He is going to play his last Rugby Game for Barbarians at Twickenham on Saturday.
His last rugby game will be against Samoa.
Kearney had played for the Ireland national rugby team for a decade and earned 95 caps with them. He was also a part of Leinster for 15 years. He successfully won 11 club titles under Leinster.
He was one of the successful rugby players, along with four Six Nations titles, he got four European Cups as well. He has played British and Irish Lions in two tours in 2009 and 2013.
When it comes to playing from Ireland he was a part of the winning team in 2009 and 2018. Also, provided his services for Australia.
He made his official announcement on social network Twitter: “It’s always been a dream to play for the @Barbarian_FC and what a historic team to play your last game of rugby with, grateful for the opportunity,”