Terry Murphy (snooker player)
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|Born||6 March 1972|
|Sport country||Northern Irish|
|Highest break||147 (1994 B&H Satelite Event, Edinburgh)|
Terry Murphy is a snooker player who was born in Northern Ireland in 1972 and turned professional in 1991. His consistent performances took to a career high rank of 29 in 1998/1999. He appeared in the 1998 World Championship where he lost 3–10 to Peter Ebdon He is not related to Shaun Murphy, the game's 2005 World Champion.
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