Wyn Murray

Image DOB: 4 July 1908
Died: 21 December 1947

Debut: Round 1, 1929 against South Melbourne at MCG
Last Game: Round 1, 1934 against Richmond at Punt Road

From: South Bendigo

Number: 2 1929-1934

Victorian state player - 1933

Games: 65
Goals: 4
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

Half-back who was convinced to take a shot at VFL football after starring for a Bendigo representative team against a Victorian side in 1927. He comfortably beat Austin Robinson, one of the best players of his era, and Melbourne eventually won the race for his signature against competition from Carlton and Hawthorn.

Denied a clearance to Carlton early in the 1932 season, Murray played out the year. He applied for an open clearance before the next season and was refused, remaining at Melbourne and winning a spot in the VIctorian side but missing six weeks through injury.

Murray was cleared to Preston in July 1934.

He retired from playing at the end of 1937 and coached Preston the next year but did not complete the season in charge. He played until 1940. Also played in the Police League as a serving officer, and in 1944 he was stabbed by a soldier when attempting to rescue a woman. He suffered wounds in the hand, the left shoulder penetrating the lung and in the neck. He was admitted to hospital in a critical condition.

1929 1700
1930 1800
1931 710
1932 1010
1933 1220
1934 100
Tribunal Record
Round 6, 1930 Elbowing Not Guilty


Possibly the Murray from Bendigo who trained with the side in April 1927.

Football Record R1 1928
Herald - 10/05/1932
The Age - 17/03/1933
The Argus - 24/05/1933
"Wyn Murray to retire" - The Argus 07/09/1937
"Soldier stabs detective" Barrier Miner - 26/02/1944

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