Sunday 15 December 2019

Newly single Dave Kearney enjoys boys day out with pal Jordi Murphy

Leinster Rugby players Dave Kearney & Jordi Murphy seemed to have been in the wars, when spotted at Jo Burger today Dave had a black eye and Jordi had his arm in a sling! Dublin, Ireland - 02.09.14. Pictures: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM *** Local Caption *** Dave Kearney & Jordi Murphy
Leinster Rugby players Dave Kearney & Jordi Murphy seemed to have been in the wars, when spotted at Jo Burger today Dave had a black eye and Jordi had his arm in a sling! Dublin, Ireland - 02.09.14. Pictures: Cathal Burke / VIPIRELAND.COM *** Local Caption *** Dave Kearney & Jordi Murphy
Leinster Rugby player Dave Kearney
Leinster Rugby player Dave Kearney
Bellamy's becomes The Bridge 1859. Pictured are its new owners, Ireland and Leinster Rugby players Sean O'Brien, Jamie Heaslip, Rob Kearney and Dave Kearney. Photo Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
Dave Kearney, Hayley Ryan

Irish rugby star Dave Kearney is making the most out of single life with some downtime with the boys.

The Leinster player, who is the younger brother of Rob, recently split with girlfriend of two years, model Hayley Ryan.

Leinster Rugby player Dave Kearney
Leinster Rugby player Dave Kearney

While Hayley jetted off on a girls trip to Ibiza, Dave threw himself into his work with summer training.

And it looks as if it got the better of him as he enjoyed a meal out with pal Jordi Murphy, sporting a black eye.

Leinster Rugby player Dave Kearney
Leinster Rugby player Dave Kearney

The 25-year-old went for an understated look of white t-shirt and ripped jeans, but he and his Ireland teammate were instantly recognisable with their war wounds as Murphy was wearing a black sling on his arm.

The pals enjoyed a quick bite in uber-hip restaurant, Jo Burger on Castlemarket Street.

Dave Kearney, Hayley Ryan
Dave Kearney, Hayley Ryan

Dave's career both on and off the pitch is going full steam ahead as he prepares to mark the launch of a bar with brother Rob, Sean O'Brien and Jamie Heaslip, called 'The Bride' in Ballsbridge.

Rugby stars build 'Bridge' in new bar business

O'Brien, known as the Tullow Tank, and his Leinster team-mates Rob and Dave Kearney and Jamie Heaslip acquired the old Bellamy's bar earlier this year for a reported €1.35m.

Bellamy's becomes The Bridge 1859. Pictured are its new owners, Ireland and Leinster Rugby players Sean O'Brien, Jamie Heaslip, Rob Kearney and Dave Kearney.
Photo Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland
Bellamy's becomes The Bridge 1859. Pictured are its new owners, Ireland and Leinster Rugby players Sean O'Brien, Jamie Heaslip, Rob Kearney and Dave Kearney. Photo Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

They are now on the hunt for experienced bartenders and lounge staff.

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