Murray's Bulls move confirmed

2013-08-05 07:46
Waylon Murray (Getty Images)
Cape Town - Former Springbok centre Waylon Murray's expected move from the Kings to the Bulls has been confirmed by his agent.

Murray has signed a two-year deal with the Bulls and will already be available for this year's Currie Cup competition. He played his last game for the Kings against the Lions at Ellis Park over the weekend.

Player agent James Adams confirmed the news on Twitter. 

"I can officially confirm that @waylonmurray will be joining @BlueBullsRugby for #2013CurrieCup & has signed till 31 Oct 2015 @InTouchSports," Adams posted on Sunday.

The Bulls are also expected to sign three more Kings players. They are Bandise Maku (hooker), Jacques "Vleis" Engelbrecht (flank) and David Bullbring (lock).

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