O’Leary made his debut for Canada against Georgia in June 2017, and featured in all four of their matches during the Summer International Series.
The fly-half tallied a total of 13 points, and played alongside fellow Ealing player Djustice Sears Duru.
O'Leary has been with Connacht since 2014 where he made 22 appearances, scoring 43 points. Before heading to Ireland he spent a season in the Top 14 for Grenoble, where he featured on five occasions for the French side.
He has also represented Canada at Under 20 level, and graduated from the Munster age grade system in his native Ireland as a teenager.
In September 2017, the Canadian international signed for Ealing Trailfinders. The fly-half arrives at Vallis Way with four caps for his country and will add significant ability to a highly competitive area of the squad alongside the likes of Aaron Penberthy and Rory Clegg.
He moved to Nottingham in 2018 and has been included in Canada's Pacific Nations ahead of the Rugby World Cup and will look to add to his 10 test caps.
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