The Murray-Donald scholarship has always been the biggest prize in the world of university athletics.
And yet for the first time, Murray is taking the honour as a given, and with it a chance to prove that he deserves it.
Murray has already proved that he is one of the greatest university athletes of all time, winning the Murray Medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and having another Murray Medal win on his CV when he was named to the All Blacks team at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Australia.
Murray will now hope to prove it again in 2019 when he and his New Zealand team face South Africa in Durban.
The 2019 Murray Medal, presented by New Zealand’s Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, is the only one in the tournament Murray won on his way to winning a record-breaking 50 games at international level.
Murray, who will turn 50 this month, won the first of two Murray Medals in the last two decades.
The first was the 2001 one, which went to the Australian and Australian-born Murray and his Kiwi team mates.
The second came in 2008 when Murray was named the All Black of the Year.
Murray was also named Player of the Tournament in 2006 when he became the youngest player to make the All-Black team.
He became the first Australian to make an All Black team.
His Kiwi teammates include a handful of New Zealand players, including Michael Cheika, who is on his 20th World Cup side.
The Kiwis are now 11-0 at the Rugby World Cups, including three wins in the World Cup and five wins overall.
New Zealand has lost only twice in the past seven tournaments, including the 2015 World Cup, the 2016 World Cup semi-finals, the 2017 Rugby World Series and the 2019 World Cup.
New Zealander Sonny Bill Williams, who played for Murray at South Africa, said it was a great honour to be recognised.
He said the scholarship was important for him, but it was also important to Murray for all New Zealanders to have an opportunity to compete.
“The Murray Medal has always belonged to Murray, and I’m very proud of what he has done for rugby in New Zealand,” Williams said.
Williams said the Murray Scholarship was a huge part of his development as a player. “
And I’m extremely proud of him, and so are my teammates.”
Williams said the Murray Scholarship was a huge part of his development as a player.
“It was a way for me to have a voice and say something, and it was great to see him get recognised and have that recognition, as well as the support of the New Zealand rugby community.”
Williams also expressed his appreciation to Murray’s family for being there for him and for supporting him.
“We are incredibly grateful to the New Zealand government and the NZ Rugby family for their support and support,” he said.
The award was first awarded in 1901 and the Murray medal is awarded annually to the best New Zealand student athlete.
It was first won by Australian James Ritchie in 1930 and won the award again in 1974.
The New Zealand Rugby Association said the award was named after the late Australian playmaker, who won two Murray medals in his career.
New Zealand Rugby Federation chief executive, Steve McLean, said the Kiwis would be looking to build on the success they have had in 2019, and the recognition they have received.
“I’m sure that New Zealand will be looking for the same thing in 2019 and look forward to showing our achievements in 2019 to the world,” he told Channel Seven.
“That’s what we’re trying to build from here, the support and the pride and the passion that New Zelanders rugby players and fans have shown over the years.”
He said it would be a privilege to see New Zealand playing a part in the 2019 tournament, which is being hosted by New York.
“Hopefully it will be an exciting time in New ZEALAND Rugby Federation history,” he added.
New South Wales coach Michael Cheek said the New Zellers had a very good rugby season.
Cheek also said the players had to play together, and not just on the field. “
There’s still a long way to go for us, but we’ve shown in recent years we can compete with the best teams in the country and we’re looking forward to the 2019 season,” he commented.
Cheek also said the players had to play together, and not just on the field.
“New Zealand are a very tight-knit team and I think that will be a big part of what we have to work on,” he stressed.
The players have to make sure that we can get to the right places, get the right results, but at the same time they have to”
One of the things we’ve learned from this season is that we have a lot of great players and they all have to be working together in order to win games.”
The players have to make sure that we can get to the right places, get the right results, but at the same time they have to