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For other people named Willie Murphy, see Willie Murphy (disambiguation). This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2010) Willie 'Long Puck' Murphy Personal information Irish name Liam Ó Murchú Sport Hurling Position Right corner-back Born Ballincollig, Cork Nickname Long Puck Club(s) Years Club Ballincollig Inter-county(ies) Years County Apps (scores) 1939-1949 Cork 37 (0-4) Inter-county titles Munster titles 6 All Irelands 5 NHL 3 Willie 'Long Puck' Murphy (1915–1977) was an Irish sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club Ballincollig and was a member of the Cork senior-inter-county team from 1939 until 1949. Contents 1 Nickname 2 Playing career 2.1 Club 2.2 Inter-county 2.3 Inter-provincial 3 Post-playing career 4 Teams 5 External links Nickname Willie Murphy was given the nickname long puck due to his perceived ability to score a point from more or less any where on the pitch Playing career Club Murphy played his club hurling with his local club in Ballincollig. He first tasted success in 1926 at the age of 11, winning his first county school shield medal with Ballincollig. At the age of 15, Murphy played junior hurling with the club. He later joined the senior team and played in three consecutive county finals in the 1940s without victory. Murphy continued playing local hurling until the mid-1950s. Murphy also played with the club's football team and was part of the first Ballincollig team to play Senior Championship in 1941. (1941 Senior Footballers) Inter-county Murphy had a three year stint with the Cork minor hurlers. Subsequently Murphy played at junior level for Cork before joining the senior side in the mid-1930s. In 1939, Murphy won his first Munster Championship with the senior hurlers playing at right half-back. Cork then faced up to Kilkenny in the famous “thunder and lightning final”, however, Murphy’s side lost by a point. In 1940 and 1941, Murphy captured back-to-back National Hurling League titles with Cork. It was the beginning of a great era for Cork hurling. Later in 1941 Murphy won his very first All-Ireland medal. It was an unusual championship as many games were cancelled due to the outbreak of a foot-and-mouth disease epidemic. Following the All-Ireland final Cork actually lost to Tipperary in the delayed Munster final. In 1942, Cork gained their revenge on Tipp with an emphatic victory in the Munster final. It was Murphy’s second Munster title and this was later converted into a second All-Ireland title. Murphy made it a hat-trick of victories in 1943, capturing his third Munster and All-Ireland titles. In 1944, Cork were attempting to capture an unprecedented fourth All-Ireland title in-a-row. No team in the history of the championship had won more than three consecutive titles. The year got off to a good start when Cork defeated Limerick after a replay to win the Munster Championship. It was Murphy’s fourth Munster medal. Cork later had a huge victory over Dublin to win their fourth consecutive All-Ireland. Murphy and eight of his Cork team-mates set a new record in Gaelic Athletic Association history by becoming the first men to capture four consecutive All-Ireland titles. It is a record which has never been equalled. Five-in-a-row proved to be a bridge too far for Cork, however, they returned in 1946 with Murphy winning his fifth Munster title. This was once again converted into an All-Ireland title, Murphy’s fifth in all. Another Munster title was captured by Cork in 1947, however, Murphy’s side lost out to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final. In 1948, he won another National League title and in 1949 Murphy played his last game for Cork. It was a Munster semi-final defeat by Tipperary. Inter-provincial Murphy also lined out in the blue and white of Munster for Railway Cup games. Between 1940 and 1948 he won seven medals in all, only failing in 1941 and 1947. Post-playing career In retirement, Murphy maintained a keen interest in hurling. He was a selector in the 1960s and was a key member of the backroom team when Cork won the All-Ireland title in 1966. It was the county's first championship since 1954. Willie 'Long Puck' Murphy died in 1977. Achievements Preceded by Sean Duggan (Connacht) Interprovincial Hurling Final winning captain 1948 Succeeded by Jim Ware (Munster) Teams v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Runners-up 1939 1 J. Buttimer | 2 A. Lotty | 3 B. Thornhill | 4 W. Murphy | 5 W. Campbell | 6 J. Quirke | 7 J. Young | 8 J. Lynch (C) | 9 J. Barrett | 10 C. Buckley | 11 B. Dineen | 12 W. Tabb | 13 J. Ryng | 14 T. O'Sullivan | 15 M. Brennan | Subs not used: D. Moylan | D.M. Dorgan | D. Coughlan | T. Kelly | N. Porter | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1930-1939 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 1941 (12th title) 1 J. Buttimer | 2 W. Murphy | 3 B. Thornhill | 4 A. Lotty | 5 W. Campbell | 6 C. Cottrell | 7 D.J. Buckley | 8 J. Barrett | 9 J. Lynch | 10 C. Ring | 11 C. Buckley (Capt.) | 12 J. Young | 13 J. Quirke | 14 T. O'Sullivan | 15 M. Brennan | Subs used: P. O'Donovan for J. Lynch | J. Ryng for M. Brennan | Subs not used: T. Slattery | P. Hayes | D. McCarthy | D. Beckett | Trainer: J. Barry | Selectors: S. McCarthy | P. Collins | D. Barry-Murphy | S. Óg Murphy | W. Walsh | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1940-1949 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 1942 (13th title) 1 N. Porter | 2 W. Murphy | 3 B. Thornhill | 4 C. Murphy | 5 A. Lotty | 6 D.J. Buckley | 7 J. Young | 8 J. Lynch (C) | 9 P. O'Donovan | 10 C. Ring | 11 S. Condon | 12 M. Kennefick | 13 C. Tobin | 14 J. Quirke | 15 D. Beckett | Sub used: J. Buttimer for N. Porter | Subs not used: C. Cottrell | J. O'Neill | J. Buckley | B. O'Regan | J. Kenny | Trainer: J. Barry | Selectors: J. Leahy | P. Collins | J. Foley | T. McCarthy | D. Connolly | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1940-1949 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 1943 (14th title) 1 T. Mulcahy | 2 W. Murphy | 3 B. Thornhill | 4 C. Murphy | 5 A. Lotty | 6 D.J. Buckley | 7 J. Young | 8 J. Lynch | 9 C. Cottrell | 10 S. Condon | 11 C. Ring | 12 M. Kennefick (C) | 13 J. Quirke | 14 T. O'Sullivan | 15 M. Brennan | Subs used: P. O'Donovan for S. Condon | B. Murphy for T. O'Sullivan | Subs not used: J. O'Sullivan | P. Hayes | P. Healy | Trainer: J. Barry | Selectors: S. Óg Murphy | S. McCarthy | W. Walsh | D. Barry-Murphy | D. Coughlan | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1940-1949 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 1944 (15th title) 1 T. Mulcahy | 2 W. Murphy | 3 B. Thornhill | 4 D.J. Buckley | 5 P. O'Donovan | 6 C. Murphy | 7 A. Lotty | 8 J. Lynch | 9 C. Cottrell | 10 C. Ring | 11 S. Condon (C) | 12 J. Young | 13 J. Quirke | 14 J. Morrison | 15 J. Kelly | Sub used: P. Healy for C. Murphy | Subs not used: W. Campbell | M. Brennan | M. Fouhy | C. Dorgan | Trainer: J. Barry Selectors: S. Óg Murphy | S. McCarthy | W. Walsh | D. Barry-Murphy | D. Coughlan | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1940-1949 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 1946 (16th title) 1 T. Mulcahy | 2 W. Murphy | 3 C. Murphy | 4 D.J. Buckley | 5 P. O'Donovan | 6 A. Lotty | 7 J. Young | 8 J. Lynch | 9 C. Cottrell | 10 P. Healy | 11 C. Ring (C) | 12 C. Murphy | 13 M. O'Riordan | 14 G. O'Riordan | 15 J. Kelly | Subs not used: D. Creedon | S. O'Brien | J. Lyons | S. Condon | E.J. O'Sullivan | Trainer: J. Barry Selectors: J. Leahy | P. Collins | J. Corkery | T. Creedon | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1940-1949 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Runners-up 1947 1 T. Mulcahy | 2 W. Murphy | 3 C. Murphy | 4 D.J. Buckley | 5 P. O'Donovan | 6 A. Lotty | 7 J. Young | 8 J. Lynch | 9 C. Cottrell | 10 S. Condon (Capt.) | 11 C. Ring | 12 C. Murphy | 13 M. O'Riordan | 14 G. O'Riordan | 15 J. Kelly Subs not used: E.J. O'Sullivan | W.J. Daly | M. Fouhy | D. Creedon | J. Thornhill | J.J. O'Brien | Trainer: J. Barry | v · d · eCork - All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions 1966 (20th title) 1 P. Barry | 2 P. Doolan | 3 T. O'Donoghue | 4 D. Murphy | 5 T. Connolly | 6 J. O'Sullivan | 7 P. FitzGerald | 8 J. McCarthy | 9 M. Waters | 10 S. Barry | 11 J. O'Halloran | 12 G. McCarthy (C) | 13 C. McCarthy | 14 C. Sheehan | 15 J. Bennett | Subs not used: F. O'Neill | M. Lane | J. O'Leary | D. Sheehan | T. O'Mahony | Selectors: W. Murphy | D. Hurley | J. O'Regan | D. Coughlan | T. O'Shaughnessy | Partial Reference: Cork GAA website Inter-County SHC Results and Teams. 1960-1969 Information from Peter Devine. Accessed 17 July 2010. External links Cork's hurling record on hoganstand.com Munster hurling records Ballincollig GAA Club Hall Of Fame Member Persondata Name Murphy, Willie Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1915 Place of birth Ballincollig Date of death 1977 Place of death