Second row Mick Kearney leaves Leinster to join Zebre
Leinster have confirmed that lock Mick Kearney will join Zebre in the summer.
The Clontarf clubman played 51 times for the province since making his debut in February 2016.
Kearney is one of seven players who are leaving the PRO14 champions at the end of the season. The others are Sean O'Brien, Jack McGrath, Tom Daly, Nick McCarthy, Ian Nagle and Noel Reid.
"I want to help help Zebre to achieve their goals both on and off the pitch," he said.
The 28-year-old previously played for Connacht.
Very best of luck to @Mickkearney06 on his move to @ZebreRugby for next season. The @ClontarfRugby man played 51 times for Leinster since his debut against Cardiff in February 2016. Go well Mick! 👍 #FromTheGroundUp #LeinsterFamily pic.twitter.com/7MZnA10LWX— Leinster Rugby (@leinsterrugby) May 29, 2019
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