A Irish rugby fly half, Ronan O'Gara has starred for Munster and the Irish national team. O'Gara earned the record for highest points scorer in the history of the European Rugby Cup, totalling over 800 points. He is Ireland's all-time points leader as well as also one of the highest scorers in all International play. O'Gara was instrumental in Munster's victory in the 2006 Heineken Cup.
Munster and Ireland legend Ronan O'Gara bows out on top
Ronan O'Gara's retirement was both inevitable and timely with the Munster legend ensuring he bows out with his legacy intact.Ronan O'Gara to leave Munster and join Racing Métro as assistant coach
? Former fly-half has signed a two-year deal with club ? O'Gara will become coach to Jonathan Sexton Ronan O'Gara has confirmed he will join Racing Métro as their assistant coach after signing a two-year deal with the Top 14 side. The fly-half, who rejected a one-year contract extension with from Munster to take up the role, told the I rish Examiner that he is "hugely excited about the prospect ...Ronan O'Gara retires
Ronan O'Gara, Ireland's most capped player and top points scorer, announced his retirement from rugby on Saturday and will take up a coaching role at big-spending French club Racing Metro. Ronan O?Gara hangs up boots to coach Racing
Ireland and Munster stand-off Ronan O?Gara announced his playing retirement yesterday and now intends to take up a coaching role with Racing Metro.Ronan O'Gara bows out
Ronan O'Gara has announced his playing retirement in order to take up a coaching role with Racing Metro.KIERAN SHANNON: Once again, O?Gara gets the timing just right
Reading Ronan O?Gara explain the timing of his retirement in these pages the other day, it reminded us of the outlook of another Cork sporting legend on the end game.Ronan O'Gara retires and takes up Racing Metro coaching role
Ireland and Munster fly-half Ronan O'Gara has announced his playing retirement in order to take up a coaching position with Racing Metro.Ronan O'Gara to join Racing Metro?
Munster and Ireland fly-half Ronan O'Gara has reportedly agreed to join Racing Metro as a coach on a two-year dealIreland first-five Ronan O'Gara retires from rugby
Ronan O'Gara, Ireland's most capped player and top points scorer, announced his retirement from rugby union and will take up a coaching role at big-spending French club Racing Metro.Paul O?Connell battles back from injury to make his third Lions tour
Munster star believes former team-mate Ronan O?Gara ?will be a great coach?
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O'Gara was born in the United States, in San Diego.
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