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Cameron Murray has enjoyed a stunning rise to stardom in the last 12 months – well and truly cementing himself as one of the best forwards in Rugby League. 

Since making his first-grade debut in Round 8 of the NRL season in 2017, Murray has made his mark with customary hard-working performances and leaving no stone unturned whenever he takes the field

He enjoyed a breakout year with the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2019, representing the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues and Australian Kangaroos, and was crowned the Dally M Lock of the Year at the end of the season. 

His performance in Game III of the 2019 State of Origin series proved he is ready-made for the representative arena, producing a desperate cover tackle on Corey Oates and a bustling run through the middle-third to help engineer a stunning series victory for Brad Fittler's men. 

He emerged as a star of the future when he worked his way through the Rabbitohs junior system while he also crafted his trade at Rugby Union with Newington College. 

He made his debut in the NSWRL's senior competition (now Canterbury Cup NSW) with the North Sydney Bears in 2016, before becoming a mainstay in the Rabbitohs top squad since ever since his NRL debut a year later.

There is little doubt that Murray is primed for a massive future in Rugby League if his 2019 campaign is anything to go by.