|Full name||Junior Randalph Murray|
|Born||20 January 1968|
St. George's, Grenada
|Test debut||2 January 1993 v Australia|
|Last Test||19 April 2002 v India|
|ODI debut||4 December 1992 v Pakistan|
|Last ODI||7 February 1999 v South Africa|
|Domestic team information|
Source: Cricket Archive, 21 October 2010
Murray started his domestic career as a batsman and only later developed into a wicket-keeper. He played his domestic cricket for the Windward Islands, making his first class debut in the 1986/87 season and playing on into 2006/07. In 148 first class matches up to the end of 2006 he scored 6,813 runs at a handy 31.1 with a best of 218 against Guyana. In 122 list A one-day matches he scored 1,895 runs at 23.1 with one unbeaten hundred against Bermuda in the Red Stripe Bowl.
He played 33 Tests for the West Indies and scored his only Test century, in the lower order against New Zealand. He finished his international career, on the disastrous tour of South Africa of 1998–99, with more than 100 Test dismissals. Murray often opened in One Day Internationals with varying degrees of success.
|Test centuries of Junior Murray|
|||101*||17||New Zealand||Wellington, New Zealand||Basin Reserve||10 February 1995||Won|
One Day International CricketEdit
Man of the Match awardsEdit
|S No||Opponent||Venue||Date||Match Performance||Result|
|1||Pakistan||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||17 December 1996||WK ; 86 (78 balls, 14x4)||West Indies won by 7 wickets.|
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- "1996–1997 Carlton & United Series – 4th Match – Pakistan v West Indies – Adelaide". HowStat. Retrieved 19 November 2016.