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Kevin O'Brien is currently Vice Captain of the Ireland Cricket Team and holds the record for the fastest century ever scored at a World Cup, coming from 50 balls against England on 2 March 2011.
He started playing cricket with Railway Union Cricket Club in Dublin and has been there ever since. He made his Irish debut in 2006 and took a wicket with his first ever ball in One Day International game, the 3rd person to do that in history of game.
In the 2007 World Cup in West Indies Kevin was an integral part of the squad which beat Pakistan on St Patrick's day, beat Bangladesh in the super 8's and tied with Zimbabwe in Ireland's first ever World Cup game.
He played in the T20 World Cup in 2009 held in England. Scored 39 not out in 17 balls against Bangladesh to seal our Super 8 participation.
Kevin is a patron of cricket in Ireland and has set up The Kevin O'Brien Cricket Academy. The Academy works with Irish clubs, colleges and schools in improving their game through tailored coaching, 1 on 1 sessions and team development, with remarkable success to date. School/summer camps and 1 on 1 consultations are also available.