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Full name  Waylon Michael Murray
2005–10  Natal Sharks
Weight  105 kg
Playing position  Centre
Name  Waylon Murray
Parents  Imogene
2004–05  Natal Sharks
Role  Rugby Player
Siblings  Auryn Murray
Years  Team
Height  1.91 m

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Born  27 April 1986 (age 29) Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (1986-04-27)
School(s) attended  Westville Boys High School
Education  Westville Boys' High School, University of Natal
Similar People  Lwazi Mvovo, Adrian Jacobs, John Plumtree

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Waylon Michael Murray (born 25 April 1986 in Durban, South Africa) is a rugby union player, currently playing with Mâcon in the French Fédérale 1. He stands 190 cm tall and weighs in at 105 kg and plays the position of centre or wing.


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He went to Westville Boys High School where he was a prefect and head of school in 2003 and played in the 1st XV in 2003. He is represented by Baron Phillips of Infinity Athlete Management, and has an educational sponsor from Boston Business College and Reebok as a technical sponsor.

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During his debut season in the 2006 Currie Cup and Super 14 season for the Sharks and Sharks, Murray showed great promise as a quality centre for his provincial team. Parlaying those performances into his debut Super 14 season in 2007, Murray slowly rose to prominence as one of South Africa's leading centres, owing in no small part to his tenacity on defence and astute ball distribution skills, often, with former provincial team-mate Brad Barritt, providing a valuable link to the wings and offering stability to The Sharks midfield. Murray's stunning form saw him being selected for the Springboks away leg of the 2007 Tri Nations as the first choice centres were being rested for the World Cup. However he narrowly missed selection to the victorious South Africa squad for the 2007 Rugby World Cup. The Murray and Barritt partnership was however disrupted after François Steyn's superb performances in the number 12 jersey for the Springboks during the 2007 Rugby World Cup. This meant that Murray had to challenge Barritt for the no. 13 shirt during much of 2008 Super 14 season, but the partnership resumed during the ABSA Currie Cup due to the absence of François Steyn and Adi Jacobs. However, with the return of the Springboks, and with Adi Jacobs' stunning form, Murray saw little game time. Murray was injured during the whole of the 2009 Super 14, and slowly began to be exposed to rugby during the Currie Cup, after a seven-month absence.


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On 7 June 2010, the Sharks agreed to release him from his contract so he could join the Lions.


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At the end of 2012, his Lions contract expired and he joined the Eastern Province Kings, also being named in the Kings wider training group for the 2013 Super Rugby season. However, having recently undergone knee surgery, he was struggling for full fitness for a large part of the campaign and made just four starts and three substitute appearances during the Super Rugby season. He also played in the second leg of the Kings' Promotion/Relegation play-Offs series against the Lions. He also made one appearance in the 2013 Vodacom Cup for the Eastern Province Kings, appearing as a substitute in their match against the Border Bulldogs.


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After the 2013 Super Rugby season, he joined the Blue Bulls, signing a contract at the team until October 2015. He failed to break into their Super Rugby squad, however, being limited to six appearances in the 2013 Currie Cup Premier Division and eight in the 2014 Vodacom Cup.

Sharks (2015)

He returned to Durban, where he linked up with the Sharks for pre-season training prior to the 2015 Super Rugby season. He was released by the Sharks in November 2015.

AS Mâcon

After the 2017 Super Rugby season, Murray moved to France to join Mâcon.


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