One of the Premiership’s most decorated players, Geordan Murphy has an enjoyed an illustrious career both internationally with Ireland and domestically with Leicester Tigers.
Geordan experienced top-flight rugby for sixteen seasons, joining Leicester in 1997, Geordan competed with Tiger’s fullback Tim Stimpson for position before taking the position of Right Wing to enjoy back-to-back Heineken Cup victories in 2001 and 2002. The 2001/2002 season also saw him finish as the squad’s top try scorer.
As Geordan matured as a player, he began to favour playing at fullback over wing, allowing him to take a commanding and controlling position on pitch. Geordan’s new role also led to him taking on the captaincy of the Tiger’s on multiple occasion, including the 2008/2009 season, where he led the team to Premiership victory and a Heineken Cup final.
In May 2012, Geordan retired from international Rugby, leaving behind a career filled with success and incredibly consistent performances. One year later, in May 2013, Geordan retired from competitive Rugby altogether and joined the Leicester Tiger’s coaching team.
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