First cap: v France, 1955
Total caps: 7
As captain: 0
Tries scored: 0
Total points scored: 0
|Name||Marney Cunningham||Born||23 June 1933 Cork|
|Died||31 May 2000 Manchester||School||PBC, Cork|
|Clubs:||UCC, Cork Constitution||Position||Wing forward|
|International Caps:||7||International Games||1955 F, E, S, W
1956 C, U, L
|Munster Senior Cup||1955 UCC|
Son of Jack Cunningham, a former Captain and President of Cork Constitution, he lived at Wilton Road and went to PBC schools, Western Road, Cork.
After school, he studied civil engineering at UCC, qualifying in 1956. He won Munster Senior Cup with UCC in 1955, and joined Cork Constitution the following season.
He won seven caps for Ireland; the first cap against France in 1955, and last against Wales in 1956. Thereafter, he entered the priesthood and ministered in Salford, Manchester.
He played club rugby while in Manchester, but did not play representative rugby afterwards.