Conor Murray extended his link with the Irish Rugby Union until July 2024 and, in the case of being summoned, you can dispute your fourth World Cup with El Trébol in France 2023.
With two and a half more years of contract with his country and his club Munster, the back is already a fundamental piece in the assembly of both sets and one of the most experienced. It has 92 and 153 tests with his country and his team respectively and this year he added his third tour with the British & Irish Lions, in which he was chosen as captain before the injury of Alun Wyn Jones.
David Nucifora, IRFU Director of Performance, stated: “Conor (Murray) had some challenges in the past seasons, but left nagging injuries behind to take a central role in Munster, Ireland and the British & Irish Lions. He is a popular figure on every team he’s on and adds a great experience and value to young people. “
In this regard, Murray said that “I am excited and grateful to continue living this dream of playing here in Ireland. With my home province Munster and the national team I really believe that there is enormous potential for success and that there will be very good days ahead.”