Krystal Murray Representing Te Paatu on The World Stage!

Oct. 20, 2022, 12:24 p.m.

Born and bread in Kaitaia, Krystal Murray (Te Paatu, Te Rarawa) has been a role model for many wahine in sports. Formerly a rugby league superstar turn rugby enthusiast, Krystal remains humble and true to her tikanga as she steps out of the Rugby World Cup field for her, her whānau and iwi.

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