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- Died: December 1st, 2021.
- Details of death: Died at the age of 98.
John Murphy, also known as Jas Murphy, was a Gaelic footballer from Ireland. He represented Garda at club level and the Cork and Kerry senior football teams at inter-county level. He led Kerry to the All-Ireland Championship in 1953. Murphy began his Gaelic football career with Tralee’s Kerins O’Rahilly’s club. Later, he played for the Garda club in Cork, where he was a member of the side that won the County Championship in 1950. After declaring for the Cork senior football team, Murphy made his inter-county debut. In 1949, he joined the Kerry senior football team after two seasons with his adopted team. Murphy won the first of his two Munster Championships in 1950, and after Paudie Sheehy was dropped from the team, he took over as captain for the 1953 All-Ireland final. He ended the game with a winners’ medal and lifted the Sam Maguire Cup after the defeat of Armagh.
Sad news as Kerry's oldest surviving All-Ireland winning captain Jas Murphy (pictured right) has died in Cork. The Tralee native captained the Kingdom to a historic win over Armagh in Croke Park in 1953. #Kerry #GAA #football @Kerry_Official pic.twitter.com/dKyPQTdM1p
— David Byrne (@byrne_david) December 2, 2021
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