Kevin Flynn (hurler)
|Irish name||Caoimhín Ó Floinn|
|Born||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|1992 -Present||O'Tooles GAC|
|**Inter County team apps and scores correct as of (00:03, 6 September 2006 (UTC)).|
Kevin Flynn (born 1976) is a former inter-county hurler for Dublin and current O'Tooles player. Flynn was named on the Dublin Blue Stars team on seven occasions, most recently in 2007. He won four Dublin Senior Hurling Championship medals with O'Tooles in 2002, 1997, 1996 and 1995 and a Dublin Senior Hurling League in 2006. He captained Dublin to their Walsh Cup win over Kilkenny in 2003 and also won two division two National Hurling Leagues, the most recent one in 2006. He has also played Railway Cup for Leinster.
Flynn made his league debut in October 1995 with a win over Limerick in Croke Park. He went on to make his championship debut the following summer when Dublin were defeated by Wexford by five points in the Leinster semi-final.
In 2002 he finished in 8th position in the overall Hurling Top Scorers list. Kevin Flynn was well-known, along with others for always giving generously of his time to autograph hunters and fans after games.
In 2011 he emigrated to Chicago and led Harry Bolands to titles in 2012 & 2013 acting as player/manager.
|Dublin Senior Hurling Captain
2004 & 2005
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