Munster, Ireland, and Lions scrum-half Conor Murray have signed a delayed deal with IRFU, which will see him stay in the country after the Rugby World Cup 2023. The 32-year-old player has signed until July 2024, when he will turn 35. Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.
Murray first played against the French team in the Rugby World Cup warm-up match in August 2011. Since then, he has represented the national team in the three Rugby World Cups in 2011, 2015, and 2019. To date, he has played 92 times for Ireland and he won Six Nations championships three times (2014, 2015, and 2018).
Director David Nucifora IRFU Performance
Director David Nucifora IRFU Performance commented: “but to play a pivotal role in the Munster, Ireland and Lions games, Conor has faced some challenges in recent seasons, he has cleared a number of trivial injuries. Figure in every team he participates in and brings a lot of experience and value to young players.”
Conor Murray commented: “I’m very pleased and thankful to be able to continue to achieve my dream of playing in Ireland. With my hometown of Munster and the national team, I really believe there is great potential for success, and more will come in the future.” the future. Many important days.”
The Limerick was named tour captain this summer in the absence of the injured Alun Wyn Jones. And has toured three times with the British and Irish Lions. In these three tournaments, he participated in eight exhibition games. For the Lions in 2013, 2017, and 2021 tournaments.
Making 153 appearances for the county. Murray made his Munster debut in the 2010 game against Connaught. Scoring 170 points and won the 2011 Celtic Cup.