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Amy Huberman is married to Ireland rugby legend Brian O'Driscoll I think of all those pitfalls and the jobs I didn't get or got dropped or the and actress Amy Huberman celebrate wedding anniversary on date night in Dublin. Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman have had a second child and it's a baby had hijacked his first date with The Clinic and Threesome star. Brian O'Driscoll's autobiography - The Test - reveals struggles and But he is extracting full value from a tale that dates from , the height . member of the group but ended up dropping "like a newborn lamb" I had the stability of being in a relationship [with Amy Huberman, whom he married in ].
O'Driscoll made his Ireland under debut in Februaryand eventually gained four caps. InLeinster were heavy favourites for that year's Heineken Cup but were beaten by Perpignan in the semi-finals. That year, O'Driscoll returning from a shoulder injury suffered on the Lions tour, would assume the captaincy for the season. Under backs coach David Knox and the movement of Argentine international Felipe Contepomi to fly half, the Leinster back line became one of the most potent in Europe.
These victories would set up an Heineken Cup semi-final in Lansdowne Road against Munster, but defeat against the eventual champions Munster would deny O'Driscoll and his team a final berth. Leinster were also denied a Magners League title, with David Humphreys of Ulster slotting an injury time drop goal to give victory to Ulster in their final game of the season.
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InLeinster lost in the group stages. InLeinster reached the final hurdle of the Magners league only to be denied by the Ospreys and Cardiff. InLeinster won that title ahead of Munster, marking O'Driscoll's second honour with the province, his first and only as captain. While retaining the Irish captaincy under new coach Declan Kidney, he handed the honour of Leinster captain to Leo Cullen.
O'Driscoll scored two tries in the defeat of English champions London Waspshowever this victory was followed by away defeats for Leinster to both London Wasps and Castres. Leinster advanced to the quarter-finals to face Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop. Against Harlequins, Leinster scored a 6—5 victory, the game infamous for the Bloodgate incident.
In the semi-final against rivals Munster in Croke Parkan 82, sell out, O'Driscoll was awarded the man of the match award which he later dedicated to the entire team after an intercept try completed a convincing win for Leinster and sent O'Driscoll to his first Heineken Cup final. The 19—16 Heineken Cup victory included a drop goal from O'Driscoll who was suffering from a shoulder injury.
They beat Ulster 42—14 in an entertaining battle. Sean O'Brien opened the scoring for Leinster to put them ahead 7—3. At half time the score was 14—6, with Cian Healy scoring the second try for Leinster but there was still a lot to play for.
A penalty try was then awarded for Leinster but Ulster pulled a try back from second-row Dan Tuohy.
Heinke van der Merwe then settled the game with a try for Leinster and Sean Cronin made sure of Leinster's success. O'Driscoll said in Septemberthat the —14 season would be his last before retiring.
But once you see the error of your ways and apologise, all is forgiven. Even talking about it now. Picked for Ireland before he had even played for Leinster, O'Driscoll only needed a handful of Tests to establish himself as one of the world's most brilliant and instinctive centres.
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Soon he had bought his first house in a desirable part of south Dublin and invited his best friend, Barry Twomey, to move in with him.
Life was about performing on the rugby field but it was also about flying to Monte Carlo for the Grand Prix. O'Driscoll dyed his hair blond and started dating the model and broadcaster Glenda Gilson, earning obligatory references to "rugby's Posh and Becks". O'Driscoll with Bono left enjoying Formula One "Those nights, we had no reason to celebrate but we did because, why not? Barry was the automatic choice as a room-mate, because he was great craic, he was a laugh, and I knew it would be fun living with him, which it was.
I think he definitely got the better deal on things, rent came via groceries and what he brought to the party. He hardly ever annoyed me, which is saying something for a housemate. By the end of the evening, he had been voted "sexiest man in Ireland" by a panel that included Gilson.
It was grist to the occasional critic not that O'Driscoll has ever been anything but popular in Ireland who argued that his head was expanding faster than his try tally. O'Driscoll during his blonde phase. This is not me, this is not how I've been brought up, this feels unnatural'.
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So it was then just trying to battle away from that. Well, O'Driscoll was still one of the crown jewels of the northern hemisphere, as his selection as captain of the Lions tour demonstrated. But he was increasingly uninspired by his own form. Two years later, he came back from the summer break so overweight that one friend mistook him for retired prop Paul Wallace.
Niggling injuries were snipping away at his explosive speed, and the World Cup saw Ireland fail to get out of their pool. I was treading water a little bit. It began with the most traumatic event of all: His body was found in the woods half-an-hour south of Dublin.
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Trying to find words to describe this tragedy was the hardest part of writing The Test. It continues to be every time I look over it. It's not an easy read.
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It doesn't become the norm. It doesn't become acceptable. Barry's death was a massive shock to everyone that knew him, because of the type of person he was. There was never any indication. He and a close circle of friends had just watched - or, in O'Driscoll's case, mostly ignored - an REM concert.
Somehow an argument blew up with a half-cut New Yorker, who attempted to start a fight with one member of the group but ended up dropping "like a newborn lamb" before a punch had even been thrown. Worse followed, as O'Driscoll was inaccurately identified as the man responsible, charged with assault and thrown into a notorious Manhattan hellhole of a jail known as "The Tombs".
Just being in a different world for 14 hours. I was on my own and I didn't know how long I'd be down there, oblivious to the outside world. One of my pals had given me his phone number and it wasn't working. It was only later, when someone asked me what I was in for, that I discovered I needed to put a '1' in front of the number. I wasn't just there on my own, waiting in some sort of abyss. I gauged that, for a lot of these guys, it wasn't the first time they'd been in there.
There was a lot of front going on, a lot of guys jostling for position, wanting to be the top man in there. I was just looking at it going 'How have I found myself in this situation? Given the fuss made over other recreational incidents involving rugby stars - think Danny Cipriani and the No 6 bus - the world's media would surely have created a five-ring circus out of a pending assault charge from America. Fortunately, as O'Driscoll puts it: In that time, though, he had taken a significant step by engaging a sports psychologist - a species whose value he had previously questioned.