Jordi Murphy Agrees Two-Year Deal With Ulster Rugby

Jordi Murphy is to join Ireland's back row on a two-year deal at the end of this season.

Murphy made his debut for Leinster against Glasgow in September 2011 and has accumulated 95 appearances.
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He earned his first senior cap for Ireland as a second half replacement against England in the 2014 Six Nations Championship.

He has made 18 Ireland appearances to date.


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