Rugby

Murray likely to join Kings

2012-11-03 14:05
Waylon Murray (File)
Cape Town - Former Springbok centre Waylon Murray looks likely to join the Southern Kings ahead of next year's Super Rugby competition, according to Die Burger's website.

The 26-year-old Murray, who played three Tests for the Boks in 2007, doesn't have a contract with the Lions anymore and was in Port Elizabeth this week to undergo fitness tests.

The Kings will play Super Rugby next year at the expense of the Lions, who were South Africa's worst performing Super Rugby team over the last few years.

Other notable recent signings from the Kings include centre Andries Strauss (Cheetahs), flyhalf Demetri Catrakilis (WP), hooker Bandise Maku (Lions) and lock Steven Sykes (Sharks).

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