James "Jimmy" Barry-Murphy (born 22 August 1954) is an Irish hurling manager and former hurler, Gaelic footballer and association footballer. He was the manager of the Cork senior team from 2011 to 2015, returning a decade after his first tenure as manager. Barry-Murphy is regarded as one of the most iconic players in the history of Gaelic games. On the 26 August 2015 Barry Murphy was inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame.

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  • James "Jimmy" Barry-Murphy (born 22 August 1954) is an Irish hurling manager and former hurler, Gaelic footballer and association footballer. He was the manager of the Cork senior team from 2011 to 2015, returning a decade after his first tenure as manager. Barry-Murphy is regarded as one of the most iconic players in the history of Gaelic games. Born in Cork, Barry-Murphy was introduced to hurling by his father who himself was an All-Ireland medallist with Cork along with his father and uncle. He enjoyed little success at colleges level with Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh before later establishing himself as a dual player with the St. Finbarr's club. A dual four-time All-Ireland medallist with the St. Finbarr's senior teams, Barry-Murphy also won a combined total of five Munster medals and ten championship medals. Barry-Murphy made his debut on the inter-county scene at the age of sixteen when he first linked up with the Cork minor teams as a dual player. An All-Ireland medallist in both codes, he later won a combined total of three All-Ireland medals with the under-21 teams. Barry-Murphy made his senior football debut during the 1973 championship. He went on to play a key role for Cork in attack and won one All-Ireland medal, four Munster medals and one National Football League medal. Barry-Murphy's eleven-year career with the Cork senior hurlers saw him win five All-Ireland medals, a record-equaling ten Munster medals and two National Hurling League medals. He was an All-Ireland runner-up on two occasions. As a member of the Munster inter-provincial team in both codes, Barry-Murphy won a combined total of five Railway Cup medals. Throughout his inter-county career he made 57 championship appearances. Barry-Murphy retired from inter-county activity on 2 April 1987. Following a successful tenure as manager of the Cork minor team, culminating in the winning of the All-Ireland title, Barry-Murphy was appointed manager of the Cork senior team in October 1995. His first tenure saw a return to success, with Cork winning one All-Ireland Championship, two Munster Championships and one National League, before stepping down as manager on 8 November 2000. Barry-Murphy subsequently enjoyed unsuccessful tenures as coach with the St. Finbarr's and Cloughduv club teams. Over a decade after stepping down as Cork manager, Barry-Murphy was appointed for a second stint as Cork manager on 7 September 2011. Once again his managerial reign saw a return to success, with Cork winning one Munster Championship. On the 26 August 2015 Barry Murphy was inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame. (en)
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