Buddievision: Hall Of Fame - Cammy Murray Induction

Saints legend Cammy Murray was inducted into the St Mirren Hall of Fame at the 2018/19 St Mirren Player of the Year awards at the Normandy Hotel last week. 

Murray, a defender who captained the club, joined St Mirren in 1962 from Drumchapel Amateurs and made his Saints debut in a 3-3 draw with Hibernian at Love Street. He spent 10 years at Love Street before leaving to join Motherwell in 1972.

With a total of 417 appearances at the Buddies, Murray holds the record for most consecutive competitive appearances - starring in 131 matches between August 1964 and April 1967.

Murray also has the record for most consecutive league appearances - playing 170 league matches in a row between August 1962 and April 1967.

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