is a hurling coach and former player from County Cork. He played with Bishopstown before joining Kerry side Kerins O Rahillys and later Austin Stacks. He won an All Ireland B medal with Kerry in 1986. He also played minor football and hurling with Cork. He is now one of the leading Hurling Coaches in Ireland, having trained Kerry at all levels plus a number of clubs sides in both Kerry and Cork. He is a son of the Cork great Willie 'Long Puck' Murphy.
18.11.2011 [The Northern Echo] - EddieMurphy, county councillor for Crook South, said: "They are just rumours, but a lot of people seem to believe that a developer is interested and it is going to happen. "People in Crook have now resigned themselves to losing yet another facility.
16.11.2011 [Thorne Gazette] - EddieMurphy of South Yorkshire Police said “Supporting vulnerable children is an important issue for South Yorkshire Police. In addition to the MISPER scheme, through the county's Lifewise Centre we run a series of targeted youth support interventions