T. O Pike

First played for the club in 1922/23 season as a back row forward and subsequently played at front row. He captained the club in 1926/27 and completed his career with the club in the 1930/31 season when he was part of a back row which included his brother, V.J Pike who gained 13 caps for Ireland.

He won 5 Leinster Senior Cup medals with the club between 1927 and 1931 which was a golden age for Lansdowne which included great internationals players such as Eugene Davy, Ernie Crawford, Jack Arigho, Neil Lightfoot, Ham Lambert and Sarsfield Hogan.

His first four caps were in the back row whilst his last four caps were at the front row. He captained the club in the 1926/27 season.

Player Stats

Position     Backrow/ Front row
First cap   v England 12/2/1927
Last cap   v Wales 10/3/1928
Caps         8