Barry John Murphy (born 28 November 1982) is a retired Irish rugby union footballer. He played for Munster in the Celtic League and the Heineken Cup. He was a part of the Munster squad which won the Heineken Cup in 2006. He burst onto the scene in January 2006 when he put in a man of the match performance against the Sale Sharks in Thomond Park. He broke his leg in a Celtic League game against Ulster in March 2006 and missed the rest of the season including the Heineken Cup Final. Murphy announced his retirement from rugby in May 2011 due to a series of serious injuries.

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  • Barry John Murphy, né le 28 novembre 1982, est un joueur de rugby à XV, retenu avec l'équipe d'Irlande dans le groupe de joueurs pour le Tournoi des six nations 2007, évoluant au poste de centre ou d'ailier (1,83 m et 86 kg). Il joue actuellement avec la province de Munster. (fr)
  • Barry John Murphy (born 28 November 1982) is a retired Irish rugby union footballer. He played for Munster in the Celtic League and the Heineken Cup. He was a part of the Munster squad which won the Heineken Cup in 2006. He burst onto the scene in January 2006 when he put in a man of the match performance against the Sale Sharks in Thomond Park. He broke his leg in a Celtic League game against Ulster in March 2006 and missed the rest of the season including the Heineken Cup Final. He scored a try for Munster against the touring All Blacks when they visited Thomond Park on 18 November 2008. It was the only try conceded by the All Blacks in the course of their victorious 5-match tour. Murphy announced his retirement from rugby in May 2011 due to a series of serious injuries. (en)
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  • Barry John Murphy, né le 28 novembre 1982, est un joueur de rugby à XV, retenu avec l'équipe d'Irlande dans le groupe de joueurs pour le Tournoi des six nations 2007, évoluant au poste de centre ou d'ailier (1,83 m et 86 kg). Il joue actuellement avec la province de Munster. (fr)
  • Barry John Murphy (born 28 November 1982) is a retired Irish rugby union footballer. He played for Munster in the Celtic League and the Heineken Cup. He was a part of the Munster squad which won the Heineken Cup in 2006. He burst onto the scene in January 2006 when he put in a man of the match performance against the Sale Sharks in Thomond Park. He broke his leg in a Celtic League game against Ulster in March 2006 and missed the rest of the season including the Heineken Cup Final. Murphy announced his retirement from rugby in May 2011 due to a series of serious injuries. (en)
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