Brian Lohan

Brian Lohan

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Brian Lohan (born November 1971 in Shannon, County Clare) is an Irish sportsman. He plays hurling with his local club Wolfe Tones na Sionna and was a member of the Clare senior inter-county team from 1993 until 2006, during which time he won two All-Ireland titles, three Munster titles and four Railway Cup titles. He has also been the recipient of four All-Star awards from nine nominations. Lohan's inclusion on the Munster Hurling Team of the Millennium marks him out as one of the all-time greats.

Early and private life

Brian Lohan was born in Shannon, County Clare in 1971. He was born into a family that had a strong hurling tradition as his father, Gus Lohan, played for both the Galway and Clare senior hurling teams in his day. Lohan was educated locally and later studied at the University of Limerick. While studying there he played on the university hurling team that won the Fitzgibbon Cup title. Lohan graduated with a business degree and currently works as an auctioneer in Ennis and Shannon.

Playing career


Lohan played his club hurling with his local Wolfe Tones na Sionna club and enjoyed much success. He won a senior county title in 1996 before later winning a Munster club title and got to the All Ireland club final but lost. Lohan won a second county medal in 2006. Lohan is also played football for Wolfe Tones Na Sionna.


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