Name
Jenny Murphy
Nationality
irlIreland
HEIGHT
1.77m
WEIGHT
83KG
TWITTER
2jennymurphy045
Current Team
Barbarians Women, Old Belvedere Women, Leinster Women, Ireland Women
Leagues
AIL Division 1, Autumn Internationals, Women's 6 Nations, Women's Interprovincial, Women's Rugby World Cup, World Women's Rugby Sevens Series, WRWC QF, AIL Conference, AIL TOP 4, Women's Interprovincial Championship Final, Women’s Interprovincial Championship Semi-Finals, WRWC SF
Seasons
2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22
Age
33

Jenny Murphy (born May 30, 1989) is a female rugby union player for Ireland. She was a member of the Ireland’s 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup squad.[2] She also played at the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow, Russia.[3]

As a child Murphy played Gaelic football and soccer.[4] She played with Ballymore Eustace GAA during her crucial player development years but in 2001 signed a controversial transfer to Kilcullen GAA. Despite this she is still regarded as a local treasure of Ballymore and notably in their top five best athletes.

At the start of the 2018/19 season, Murphy started coaching the inaugural Naas RFC Women’s team alongside Leinster and Ireland U20’s player Adam Coyle. The team were promoted from Leinster Women’s League Division 4 to Division 3 in their breakthrough season.

Jenny is also a casual fill-in host for the SportsJOE.ie Baz and Andrew’s House of Rugby Podcast starring former Munster and Ireland centre Barry Murphy alongside Ireland and Ulster back Andrew Trimble

AIL Conference

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AIL Division 1

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AIL TOP 4

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Autumn Internationals

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Women's 6 Nations

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Women's Interprovincial

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Women's Interprovincial Championship Final

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Women’s Interprovincial Championship Semi-Finals

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Women's Rugby World Cup

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World Women's Rugby Sevens Series

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WRWC QF

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WRWC SF

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Career Total

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Results

22 - 12
AIL TOP 4

Old Belvedere Women v U.L. Bohemian women

17 - 7
AIL Division 1
Stradbrook

Blackrock College Women v Old Belvedere Women

60 - 5
Autumn Internationals
Twickenham Stadium

Barbarians Women v Springbok Women

0 - 63
AIL Division 1

Wicklow Women v Old Belvedere Women

57 - 12
Women's Interprovincial
Energia Park

Leinster Women v Ulster Women

Streaming Link: TG4, BBC iPlsyer
12 - 17
Women's Interprovincial

Connacht Women v Leinster Women

Streaming Link: TG4
15 - 29
Cardiff Arms Park

Wales Women v Barbarians Women

Attendance: 12,643
25 - 12
Women's Interprovincial Championship Final
Energia Park

Leinster Women v Connacht Women

3 - 73
Women's 6 Nations

Scotland Women v Ireland Women

5 - 30
Women's 6 Nations

Italy Women v Ireland Women

7 - 40
WRWC SF
Stade Jean-Bouin

Ireland Women v England Women

25 - 0
Women's 6 Nations
Ashbourne Rugby Club

Ireland Women v England Women