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Stephen Molumphy was born on 11 January, 1984 in Waterford, Ireland, is an Army Officer. At 36 years old, Stephen Molumphy height is 5 ft 10 in (178.0 cm).

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Occupation Army Officer
Stephen Molumphy Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 11 January 1984
Birthday 11 January
Birthplace Waterford, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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On 21 November 2018, it was revealed that Molumphy had joined Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford senior hurling management team as a selector. In his first season as a selector, he helped guide the team to the Leinster Championship title after a 1-23 to 0-23 defeat of Kilkenny in the final.


Molumphy was promoted to Commandant in 2017 in the Irish Army. He has spent nine months with the Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces) in Germany, served five months in Chad, served six months in Lebanon and was Company Commander in Syria in 2018. He has served in the 3 rd Infantry Battalion in Stephens Barracks in Kilkenny, served as an instructor in the Military College in the Curragh Camp and served in the Nordic Battle Group in Sweden and as a Staff Officer in Brigade Operations in Collins Barracks in Cork. He is now Officer Commanding of Lynch Camp which resides outside Kilworth, Co. Cork


Previous to this Molumphy was manager of Castlemartyr intermediate hurling team in Cork for two years 2016-2017 and led them to league promotion in 2016.

Manager of Castlemartyr intermediate hurling club for two years 2016-2017.


During a spell in Boston during the summer of 2015, Molumphy joined the Tipperary club. On 30 August 2015, he won a Boston Championship medal when he lined out at wing-back in a 2-25 to 0-16 defeat of Fr. Tom Burke's.


Molumphy returned to the Waterford senior team in December 2013. He played his last game for Waterford on 19 July 2014 when he came on as a 43rd-minute substitute for Darragh Fives at right wing-forward and scored one point in a 3-15 to 2-15 defeat by Wexford in the All-Ireland Qualifiers.

On 23 October 2014, Molumphy announced his retirement from inter-county hurling. In a statement he said: "It has been an honour and privilege to have played on and captained the Waterford senior hurling team since 2006 and been part of one of the most successful periods in Waterford hurling history."

After a one-year absence, Molumphy was again selected for Munster in advance of the 2014 Inter-provincial Championship. He made his final appearance for the team on 9 February 2014 when he lined out at left wing-forward in a 1-18 to 0-16 defeat by Connacht in the semi-final.


On 5 January 2013, Waterford manager Michael Ryan confirmed Molumphy's unavailability to the team for the 2013 season due to overseas work commitments with the army in Lebanon.


On 15 July 2012, Molumphy was again selected at midfield when Waterford contested their fourth successive Munster final. He ended the game on the losing side, scoring two points following a 2-17 to 0-16 defeat by Tipperary.

Molumphy was again selected for Munster for the 2012 Inter-provincial Championship. He made his only appearance of the campaign on 19 February 2012 when he came on as a 44th-minute substitute for Pa Cronin in a 3-14 to 1-16 defeat by Leinster.


Molumphy retained the Waterford captaincy for the 2011 season. He captained the team from midfield when Waterford suffered a 7-19 to 0-19 defeat by Tipperary in the Munster final on 10 July 2011.


Molumphy assumed the captaincy of the Waterford team in his own right for the 2010 season. On 11 July 2010, he captained the team from right corner-forward when Waterford drew 2-15 apiece with Cork in the Munster final. Molumphy was switched to right wing-forward for the subsequent replay, which saw him claim a second winners' medal after Waterford's by 1-16 to 1-13 victory.


Molumphy was appointed joint-captain of the Waterford team alongside Ken McGrath at the start of the 2009 season. On 12 July 2009, he scored two points from full-forward in Waterford's 4-14 to 2-16 defeat by Tipperary in the Munster final.

Molumphy joined the Munster inter-provincial team in advance of the 2009 Inter-provincial Championship. He made his first appearance for the team on 21 February 2009 when he lined out at full-forward in a 2-20 to 2-18 defeat by Connacht at the semi-final stage.


On 7 September 2008, Molumphy was selected at left wing-forward when Waterford qualified to play Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final for the first time since 1963. He was held scoreless throughout the game as Waterford suffered a 3-30 to 1-13 defeat.


During his studies at NUI Galway, Molumphy quickly became a member of the senior hurling team. On 10 March 2007, he lined out at midfield when NUI Galway suffered a 0-13 to 1-07 defeat by the Limerick Institute of Technology in the Fitzgibbon Cup final.

Molumphy was appointed captain of the Ballyduff Upper senior team at the start of the 2007 season. On 4 November 2007, he captained the team to the Waterford Senior Championship title after a 1-18 to 1-14 defeat of Ballygunner in the final.

Molumphy became a regular starter during the 2007 National League. On 29 April 2007 he claimed his first silverware when Waterford defeated Kilkenny by 0-20 to 0-18 to win the National Hurling League. On 8 July 2007, Molumphy lined out at left wing-forward when Waterford faced Limerick in the Munster final. He scored two points from play and collected a winners' medal after the 3-17 to 1-14 victory. Molumphy ended the season by being named at left wing-forward on the All-Star team.


Molumphy was drafted onto the Waterford senior team during the 2006 season. He made his first appearance on 8 July 2006 when he was introduced as a 52nd-minute substitute for James Murray at right corner-back in a 2-17 to 1-13 defeat of Laois in the All-Ireland Qualifiers.


On 6 November 2005, Molumphy lined out at midfield when Ballyduff Upper faced Passage in the Waterford Intermediate Championship final. He was held scoreless from play in the 1-13 apiece draw. Molumphy retained his position at midfield for the replay on 12 November 2005 and ended the game with a winners' medal following the 1-15 to 0-08 victory.

On 8 June 2005, Molumphy made his debut for the Waterford under-21 team in the Munster Championship. He scored two points from full-forward in the 2-16 to 0-11 defeat by Cork in what was his only appearance in the grade.


Molumphy became one of the leaders of the starting fifteen during the 2002 Harty Cup. On 23 March 2002, he scored a point from left wing-forward when St. Colman's College defeated Our Lady's Secondary School from Templemore by 2-18 to 0-06 to retain the Harty Cup title. Molumphy was selected at left wing-forward for the All-Ireland final against St. Kieran's College from Kilkenny on 28 April 2002. He scored a point from play and claimed a second successive All-Ireland medal after an 0-11 to 2-04 victory.

Molumphy was once again eligible for the minor grade in 2002. He scored the equalising point to end the first round against Cork in a draw and made his final appearance for the team on 31 March 2002 when Waterford suffered a 1-09 to 1-08 defeat by Cork in the first round replay.


On 25 March 2001, Molumphy was part of the team when St. Colman's College defeated St. Flannan's College from Ennis by 2-12 to 0-15 to win the Harty Cup. When St. Colman's College faced Gort Community School in the All-Ireland final on 5 May 2001, Molumphy played at corner forward and ended the game with a winners' medal following the 2-10 to 2-07 victory.

Molumphy first played for Waterford as a 16-year-old when he lined out for the minor team during the 2001 Munster Championship. He made his first appearance for the team on 25 April 2001 when he came on as a substitute at left wing-forward in a 1-15 to 0-07 first round defeat by Cork.


Molumphy joined the Ballyduff Upper club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels before eventually joining the club's top adult team in the Waterford Senior Championship. He is the only club player to captain 3 teams at the highest grade to hurling titles, U13 A County title 1997, U21 A Western title 2005 and Senior hurling title 2007.


Stephen Molumphy (born 11 January 1984) is an Irish retired hurler and currently a selector with the Wexford senior hurling team. He played for Waterford Senior Championship club Ballyduff Upper and was a member of the Waterford senior hurling team for nine seasons, during which time he usually lined out in midfield and as a left wing-forward.