Be loyal to Munster

Be loyal to Munster

Irish international scrum-half Conor Murray has officially extended his contract with the Irish Rugby Federation and Munster until the end of July 2024.

Conor Murray is not determined to leave his international career and Munster behind. Member of the “Red Army” since 2010 and an Irish international from August 2011 and a preliminary test match for the World Cup against XV of France, The 32-year-old scrum-half has officially signed a new contract with the Irish Rugby Federation (IRFU), allowing him to defend his long-standing team of colours, for at least two more seasons., Via a press release, Munster confirmed that Connor Murray is now engaged with his training until the end of July 2024. Having worn the XV du Treffle jersey 92 times, but Munster’s jersey 153 times, the Limerick native has won 6. Nations tournament three times in 2014, 2015 and 2018. Selected for the final tour of the British and Irish Lions, Connor Murray was made captain in the absence of Alan Wayne Jones.

confident and ambitious

A contract extension that allows Conor Murray’s ambition to defend Ireland’s colors on the occasion of the next World Cup, was held in France in 2023 and will pit Clover’s XV against South Africa, the defending world champions, and Scotland during the group stage. , I am happy and grateful to be able to live out this dream of playing here in Ireland.The scrum-half said in a statement. With my native province of MΓΌnster and the national team, I am sure we have great chances to win and we have many great days ahead, IRFU performance director David Nucifora said Connor Murray “has been able to leave behind some minor injuries to play central roles with Munster, Ireland and the Lions” and offered Scrum as half. One popular person for each team they are lined up for ,

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