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Stephen Murphy

Male; Ireland (Ireland); Born: 23 Sep 1969 (54 years)
Status: Amateur; First season as pro: 1989;


1998/1999
World Championship Qual (3 Jan - 20 Mar 1999)
Q Rd 2 Finland Robin Hull (a) 10-4 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1997/1998
World Championship Qual (2 Jan - 22 Mar 1998)
Q Rd 1 England Simon Parker (a) 10-4 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1996/1997
World Championship Qual (3 Jan - 25 Mar 1997)
Q Rd 6 England Jason Weston (a) 10-4 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1995/1996
World Championship Qual (1 Jan - 22 Mar 1996)
Q Rd 3 England Nick Terry (a) 10-1 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
Q Rd 2 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a) 10-8 Scotland David McLellan (a)  
1994/1995
World Championship Qual (4-20 Jan 1995)
Q Rd 2 England Barry Pinches (a) 10-6 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1993/1994
World Championship Qual (8-19 Jan 1994)
Q Rd 2 England Mark Davis (a) 10-2 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1992/1993
World Championship Qual (20 Jun - 24 Sep 1992)
Q Rd 2 Malta Joe Grech (a) 10-2 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1991/1992
World Championship (18 Apr - 4 May 1992)
Rd 1 Scotland Stephen Hendry (a) 10-3 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  

This was Murphy's first time at the crucible.

World Championship Qual (21-30 Mar 1992)
Q Rd 4 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a) 10-8 Wales Wayne Jones (a)  
Q Rd 3 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a) 10-6 England Ian Graham (a)  
Q Rd 2 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a) 10-5 Ireland Eugene Hughes (a)  
Q Rd 1 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a) 10-6 England Steve Longworth (a)  
Classic (1-11 Jan 1992)
Rd 2 England Jimmy White (a) 5-3 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
Rd 1 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a) 5-3 South Africa Peter Francisco (a)  
1990/1991
World Championship Qual (22 Mar - 1 Apr 1991)
Q Rd 2 England Jason Whittaker (a) 10-8 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
Shoot-Out (26-28 Sep 1990)
Rd 1 England Steve Davis (a) 75-0 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)  
1989/1990
Classic (2-13 Jan 1990)
Rd 1 England Mike Hallett (a) 5-1 Ireland Stephen Murphy (a)