Harry McNulty first played rugby at college at the Rockwell, Bahrain as well as Dublin University where they won the 2012 club sevens competition.
In 2016, McNulty played club rugby for UCD in Division 1A of the All Ireland League, under head coach Andy Skehan. In 2017, McNulty remained with the Ireland squad where he played in the Rugby Europe 2017 Sevens Grand Prix Series. McNulty was Ireland’s leading try-scorer at the 2017 Moscow Sevens with six tries. He also played the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens, where Ireland finished ninth. McNulty was part of the Ireland squad at the 2019 Hong Kong Sevens qualifier, where Ireland won the tournament to advance to “core team” status for the 2019/20 World Rugby Sevens Series.
McNulty was a member of the Ireland National rugby Sevens Team that qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics. He also moved to the United States, to sunny California, where he signed with the Major Rugby League team, LA Giltinis.
2020 was also the year McNulty made his 10’s debut at the World Tens Series in Bermuda for the SX10 team that took the winning title!
Will it be another win for McNulty this year at the Rugby Tens Championship? Well stay tuned to find out! If not on the R10C social media but on Harry’s personal account itself, as McNulty is an accomplished photographer that loves sharing his journey via Instagram.