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Tom Curry- Wiki, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Career

Thomas Michael Curry is a rugby union player from England who presently plays for the Sale Sharks. He typically plays flanker but has also represented England at number eight.

Quick Facts

Full name Thomas Michael Curry
Nickname Curry
profession Rugby Union player
Height in feet 6 feet 1 inch
Weight in kg 110 kg
Date of birth 1998-06-15 00:00:00
age 24 (As of 2022)
Nationality English
His house Manchester, England, United Kingdom
father David Curry
mother Unknown
Brother Ben Curry (twin brother)
Sister Charlotte
Marital status Single
Wife N/A
Net Worth  $1.5 million

Tom Curry Biography

Tom Curry (born 15 June 1998 in Hounslow, England) is an English rugby union player who is now with the Sale Sharks. He typically plays flanker but has also represented England at Number 8.

Curry is the twin brother of Sale Sharks flanker Ben Curry, the son of Bishop Heber High School Head Teacher David Curry, the nephew of former England hooker John Olver, and the cousin of current Doncaster Knights fly-half Sam Olver. John Olver also taught at Oundle School, where Curry completed his sixth form education (age 16-18).

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Tom Curry Height, Weight, Body measurement

He is 6 feet 1 inch tall. He weighs approximately 110 kg. He has lovely warm blue eyes and Brown locks. There is no information on his chest-waist-hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps, and so on. 

Career

  • Curry began his amateur career with Crewe & Nantwich, where he was coached by both his father and local cult legend Bobby Walsh.
  • Curry made his professional debut in the European Champions Cup against Scarlets on 15 October 2016, becoming the fourth-youngest English player and the youngest Sale Sharks player to do so.
  • On 30 October 2016, he scored on his Premiership Rugby debut, becoming the competition’s third-youngest scorer.
  • He was selected a joint winner of the Sale Sharks’ Young Player of the Season title at the conclusion of the 2016-17 season, sharing the honor with his brother Ben. In the 2020-21 season, he led Sale in their semi-final loss to Exeter Chiefs, his first playoff involvement for the club.
  • Curry, who has previously represented England U18, was picked to the England U20 team for the 2016/17 season on October 14, 2016. Curry was a member of the England U20 side that won the 2017 Six Nations Under 20 Championship with a Grand Slam.
  • Eddie Jones brought Curry up to the senior England side for their summer tour of Argentina in 2017. On his debut for England against the Barbarians on May 28, 2017, he was awarded Man of the Match.
  • Because the match against the Barbarians was a ‘non-test,’ he did not get an official hat. Curry earned his England debut at flanker in the first test against Argentina in June 2017.
  • He became England’s youngest flanker starter and the country’s youngest forward since 1912.
  • Curry was picked to England’s 2019 Six Nations squad and started every game for the team. In the games against Wales and Scotland, he scored tries.
  • He started as number six in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. Curry has won the Six Nations Championship and the Autumn Nations Cup with England, both in 2020.
  • Curry was named to the team for the Autumn Nations Series in November 2021.
  •  Along with other team members Courtney Lawes and Ellis Genge, he was appointed vice-captain for the test series.
  • Curry started the series opener against Tonga at Number 8. He then went on to start England’s triumphs against Australia and South Africa.
  • Curry was picked to Jones’ 36-man team for the 2022 Six Nations Championship on January 18, 2022.
  • Curry was selected captain of the side in the first match at Murrayfield, becoming England’s youngest captain since 1988.
  • Curry was named to the 37-man British and Irish Lions team for the summer 2021 visit to South Africa.
  • He made his Lions debut in the first of two tour games against the Cell C Sharks. Curry came off the bench three days later in the second encounter against the Sharks, scoring his sole try of the trip.
  • His most recent outing prior to the test series was in the Lions’ first defeat of the tour against South Africa ‘A.’
  • Curry started all three tests against South Africa as an openside flanker, and South Africa won the series 2-1.

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Tom Curry’s Net Worth

His current salary is around £200 EUR. Curry, in fact, is an English Rugby Union player with a net worth of $1.5 million USD.

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Tom Curry Girlfriend, Dating

At the moment, He is not romantically involved with anyone. He is a single man who is very focused on his career. Furthermore, He does not disclose his previous relationships or dating history in the public domain. he keeps his private life hidden from the paparazzi. Tom is not the subject of any rumors or controversies. He has kept his distance from rumors that could jeopardize his career. However, He has a clean record and has never been involved in any controversies.

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Interesting Facts

  • Curry began his career at Crewe & Nantwich, where he was mentored by his father and Bobby Walsh.
  • On 15 October 2016, he made his professional debut against Scarlets during the European Champions Cup trip.
  • Curry is the fourth-youngest English rugby player and the Sale Sharks’ youngest player.
  • Curry scored his first goal in the Premiership Rugby competition on October 30, 2016. Curry shared the Sale Sharks’ Young Player of the Season title with his brother Ben.
  • Curry led Sale in the 2020-21 season, and he made his playoff debut against the Exeter Chiefs.
  • Curry was a member of the England U20 side that won the 2017 Six Nations Under-20 Championship.
  • Curry made his debut with England’s senior team during the summer tour of Argentina. On May 28, 2017, he made his professional debut against the Barbarians and was named Man of the Match.
  • He was nominated to one of Jones’ 36 teams for the 2022 Six Nations Championship tour. Curry was chosen as captain for the first match at Murrayfield, and he was the youngest skipper since 1988.

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