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LionsWatch: Irish duo shine against Edinburgh

LionsWatch: Irish duo shine against Edinburgh

Conor Murray showed that he’s not lost his nose for the try-line over the summer with two scores in an impressive 28-14 win over Edinburgh.

Conor Murray showed that he’s not lost his nose for the try-line over the summer with two scores in an impressive 28-14 win over Edinburgh.

The Ireland scrum-half made his first appearance of the campaign last weekend, and already looks to be up to full speed after crossing twice in the first half.

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Both scores were examples of Murray’s opportunism as he took advantage of a dominant Munster pack in the game at Thomond Park.

And with Ireland facing New Zealand twice in November, Murray – a 2013 Lion – will be hoping to maintain that form and catch the eye of Lions Head Coach Warren Gatland.

Another to impress for Munster was No 8 CJ Stander, the Ireland international marshalling his pack well.

And while Stander was unfortunate not to score when held up in the second half, he played a leading role in the win.

WATCH: @CJStander wears #PlayerMic, Munster lead at HT 14-7, second half live, SS3 now! #MUNvEDI @PRO12rugby @Munsterrugby @EdinburghRugby pic.twitter.com/z48XjyvP1m

— Sky Sports Rugby ? (@SkySportsRugby) September 24, 2016

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