GAA Football

Former Derry footballer Rory Murray living the dream at Bristol Rugby

Rory Murray moved to Desertmartin having never heard of Gaelic football. When he retired from the sport 14 years later, he went as an All-Ireland minor and freshers winner, a MacRory Cup final captain and a National League starter for Derry. Now he is Head of Medical Services at one of the English Premiership's biggest clubs. Cahair O'Kane hears his story...

Former Derry GAA player Rory Murray, now Head of Medical Services at Bristol Rugby.
WHEN Rory Murray arrived to his father’s homeplace of Desertmartin as an 11-year-old, he had literally never heard of Gaelic football. Eugene Murray was a MacRory Cup winner with St Patrick&r[...]

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