# Barry Daly

All time
# cult hero
'I felt I'd play forever, win 10 more medals but it was all over for me at 27'
Barry Daly was Leinster’s top try scorer when they won the Champions Cup/Pro14 double. But injury brought his career to a premature end.
# Moving On
Leinster confirm Barry Daly's retirement from pro rugby at the age of 27
The prolific UCD wing will move to the US to continue his education.
# natural born finisher
Finishing drills with Lowe just one part of Barry Daly's effort to build all-round game
The natural finisher will line out at fullback for the second time when Leinster welcome the Kings tonight.
# Review
It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week
It’s been a busy few days of sport.
# alternative route
'I kind of feel blessed that I got the opportunity to see what the real working world is like'
Barry Daly was close to giving up rugby before his luck changed and he earned a professional contract with Leinster.
# unlucky bounce
Bennett strikes late to halt Leinster's winning streak
Barry Daly and Max Deegan were in good form as Leinster left Scotland defeated again, but with two points to show for their efforts.
# Selection
Galway face goalkeeping dilemma with Skehill's return to fitness
The Tribesmen are also boosted by the return of 2011 All-Ireland U21 winning captain Barry Daly to full fitness.
# Back in action
Cunningham welcomes Galway return of Kavanagh and Callanan
The Tribesmen hurling boss will be able to call on the services of an experienced duo this season.
# D-Day
Canning preaches patience for Galway's youth project
Galway’s hurlers are still only getting to know each other as they face into this afternoon’s Division 1A relegation play-off against Dublin, forward Joe Canning says.
# promise
Cork star Aidan Walsh named Breaking Through Player of the Year
The youngster has been rewarded for his stunning eight-point haul in this year’s Munster U-21 final against Limerick.