Irish Lions & Euan Murray

Euan Murray (born 7 August 1980) is a Scottish rugby union footballer, formerly playing for Northampton Saints in the Aviva Premiership competition before joining Newcastle Falcons. 5.0/5

Irish Lions Euan Murray Geoff Cross Jim Hamilton Greig Laidlaw Tim Visser Sean Lamont Cian Healy Alex Dunbar Ryan Grant Matt Scott Sean Murray Sam Warburton Jonny Sexton Craig Gilroy Tim Dickinson Paul James Sky Sports 2 Mike McCarthy Duncan Weir

Scotland have made a late change to the team that plays Samoa in Durban on Saturday with Alasdair Dickinson replacing Ryan Grant at loose head prop. Grant was called up by the British and Irish Lions for the tour of Australia after injuries to props Cian Healy of Ireland and Gethin Jenkins of Wales. Team: Greig Tonks, Sean Lamont, Alex Dunbar, Matt Scott, Tim Visser, Tom Heathcote, Greig Laidlaw, Johnnie Beattie, Kelly Brown(capt), Alasdair Strokosch, Alastair Kellock, Grant Gilchrist, Euan Murray, Pat MacArthur, Alasdair Dickinson Replacements: Steven Lawrie, Moray Low, Geoff Cross, Jim Hamilton, Ryan Wilson, Henry Pyrgos, Peter Horne, Duncan Taylor
Amazingly, there is more than just the British & Irish Lions going on in rugby at the moment! Scotland have name a relatively inexperienced team for Saturday's opening summer tour match against Samoa in South Africa. Greig Tonks, Pat MacArthur and Alex Dunbar will all make their debuts, whilst Tom Heathcote and Grant Gilchrist will win just their second cap. The match is part of a quadrangular tournament, which also features the Springboks and Italy and will be live on Sky Sports 2 from 1.15pm this Saturday. Greig Tonks (Edinburgh), Sean Lamont (Glasgow), Alex Dunbar (Glasgow), Matt Scott (Edinburgh), Tim Visser (Edinburgh), Tom Heathcote (Bath), Greig Laidlaw (Edinburgh), Ryan Grant (Glasgow), Pat MacArthur (Glasgow), Euan Murray (Worcester), Grant Gilchrist (Edinburgh), Alastair Kellock (Glasgow), Alasdair Strokosch (Perpignan), Kelly Brown (Saracens) (Captain), Johnnie Beattie (Montpellier). Replacements: Stevie Lawrie (Edinburgh), Alasdair Dickinson (Sale), Geoff Cross (Edinburgh), Jim Hamilton (Glouc ...
Scots welcome back Murray for Six Nations tilt against Wales CARDIFF -- Scotland welcomed back a British and Irish Lions prop on Tuesday while Wales lost one for the teams' Six Nations match at Murrayfield. Euan Murray, who played for the 2009 Lions, returns for Scotland at the expense of Geoff Cross after missing the 12-8 win over Ireland last month because the religious tighthead prop won't play on Sundays. The only other change to the Scots' starting team for the match on Saturday was... ~SportsMan
Will Ryan Jones become an outside bet for the British & Irish Lions captaincy if he can lead Wales to wins over Scotland and England? Wales have brought Paul James, Alun Wyn Jones and Sam Warburton into their pack for Saturday’s game at Murrayfield as both teams go in search of third successive wins. Euan Murray back in Scottish front row and Duncan Weir gets first start at No 10. Ireland, meanwhile, have Cian Healy and Mike McCarthy coming back into their pack, Fergus McFadden taking over from injured Craig Gilroy. No No 10 named as yet, but Jonny Sexton ruled out and Paddy Jackson battling hamstring strain.
BREAKING NEWS: Warriors have signed Scotland international and British & Irish Lions prop Euan Murray. He will move to Sixways next month.
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