From the Bishopstown club, Ken is a secondary school teacher at St. Francis College, Rochestown. He is 6'4" and made his Senior debut against Galway in the 2010 League. A dual player at under-age level, he has won Munster titles at U21 level in both hurling and football, as well as an All-Ireland Football title. He first played football with Kenley in Bishopstown Street Leagues, and would like to bring in a countdown clocking system for matches.Not surprisingly, given his list of honours, his favourite sport other than football is hurling. As a child, he dreamed of being in goals for Arsenal, and his best football memory is John Kerins' save in the 1990 All-Ireland. He considers the PS3 the best invention ever, and would like to meet Mila Kunis. Ken played in goals for UCC in their 2011 Sigerson Cup victory, and was also the netminder for Cork's Allianz League Final 2011 victory over Dublin. In ten years' time, he hopes to be Cork goalkeeper and still teaching in Rochestown.