Trevor Brennan

Trevor Brennan was born September 22nd 1973, in Leixlip, Ireland and is a former rugby union player for Barnhall, Bective Rangers, St Marys College RFC, Leinster Rugby , Stade Toulousain and Ireland; being capped 13 times. He played either in the second row or as a flanker.

Trevor began his career with Barnhall Rugby Club and captained St Mary's College Rugby Football Club to their first AIB League title in 2000. Brennan made his debut for the senior Ireland team in a 13-37 defeat against South Africa on 13 June 1998 and went on to make 13 test appearances, including the 1999 Rugby World Cup.

After leaving Leinster for Stade Toulousain, Trevor subsequently went on to play in three back to back European Cup finals as part of the Stade Toulousain team, with two wins (Perpignan 2003, Stade Français 2005) and one defeat (against Wasps 2004).

Following retirement from professional rugby in 2007 Trevor and family have remained in his adopted city Toulouse. Trevor coached the Toulouse Crabos B under 18 team for a period and owns the De Danu Irish Bar in Toulouse and sometimes appears on television as commentator for various rugby events.