Harry McNulty was born to Irish parents in Bahrain and had a globe-trotting childhood. Both his parents worked in Bahrain, his father in financial services and playing for the Bahrain rugby club while his mother was a flight attendant for the king of Bahrain. The McNultys moved to London for three years before laying down roots in the USA, where they lived for a decade. It was in America where Harry discovered a love for ice hockey, playing with the Rye Rangers.
It wasn’t until the family moved to Dublin that Harry began to play rugby. Boarding at Tipperary school Rockwell College, Harry featured in the school side that finished second in the 2010 Munster Senior Cup and won the tournament a year later.
McNulty joined the Munster Academy in 2012 but it was three years later, in Sevens, where he really made his mark. The speedster is the most-capped Ireland Sevens player, having been part of the foundation squad in 2015 and helping Ireland qualify for the World Series for the first time ahead of the 2019-20 Series.
Away from rugby, McNulty is an established independent photographer, always looking for a new spot to snap.
In early May, McNulty was released from the Giltinis for the 2021 MLR Season to pursue his dream for the Irish Men’s Sevens Team to qualify for Tokyo 2020, which was successful.
|Position||Backrow / Wing|
|International Teams||Ireland Sevens|