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Mick O'Driscoll (born October 8, 1978) is an Irishmarker rugby union player. He plays for both Ireland and Munster. He made his international debut as a replacement against Romania in 2001. His Munster debut was in 1998 against Neath and he has since gone on to earn over 60 club caps, representing Munster regularly in both the Celtic League and the Heineken Cup.He attended Presentation Brothers College in Cork and was in the same class as Peter Stringer.He also won a schools' rugby medal in 1996. He also played GAA at underage level with Éire Óg in Cork.

During his professional career, O'Driscoll has also played for Perpignan in France. Mostly a second-row in his time in Ireland, he often played in the back-row in France. He returned to Munster in 2005 and has since become an important member of the Munster squad.

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