Amy Murphy appointed Ramblers’ Certified Athletic Therapist

Cobh Ramblers FC are pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Murphy to the role of the club’s Certified Athletic Therapist for the coming season. Amy completed her Bachelor of Science honours degree in sports rehabilitation and athletic therapy from IT Carlow in 2018. During her final year in Carlow she gained work experience with Cork City FC and with IT Carlow’s Fitzgibbon hurling team.
Upon graduation Amy has gained exposure in a variety of sporting environments such as the Irish Tag Rugby Association (ITRA), the FAI, the GAA, the International Tennis Federation (ITF), Basketball Ireland (BI), Guinness Pro 14 rugby and with Cork Institute of Technology. She also worked with some of our Academy sides on occasion in 2019.

Amy possesses an avid interest in musculoskeletal and athletic therapy, which has developed from her own experience competing in rugby, badminton and field hockey. She has developed skills in the management of acute sporting injuries and a focus of goal orientated rehabilitation whilst working alongside both amateur and professional men and women’s teams.
Amy is passionate about helping people of all backgrounds and in particular athletes returning to sport.

She had this to say regarding her appointment,

“I am delighted to take over the position of Certified Athletic Therapist with Cobh Ramblers. I’m looking forward to the season ahead, and hopefully playing my part in an exciting year”.

Amy replaces the long-serving Orla McSweeney who has recently joined Cork City FC. We wish Orla the very best in her new journey.


Cobh Ramblers FC

Cobh Ramblers Football Club is an Irish football club. The club, founded in 1922 and elected to the League of Ireland in 1985, hails from Cobh, County Cork and play their home matches at St. Colman's Park. The club's colours are claret and blue.