Morrie Boyle was a Winger and Fullback for the Eastern Suburbs club. He played 40 matches in the years (1929–32). He was a member of the Eastern Suburbs side that was beaten by South Sydney in the 1931 premiership decider.
A noted try scorer, Morrie Boyle scored 28 tries during his career at Easts.
He wound down his playing career at Dubbo in 1933, captain-coaching them to the Johnny Walker Cup. He scored 17 tries and 22 goals for Dubbo in 1933. He then moved to captain-coach Canberra in 1934.
- Dubbo Liberal: 06/07/1933 "Thank you MORRIE"
- Canberra Times: "Boyle Of Eastern Suburbs To Coach. 29/03/1934
- Whiticker, Alan and Hudson, Glen (2007). The Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players. Wetherill Park, New South Wales: Gary Allen Pty Ltd. p. 609. ISBN 978-1-877082-93-1.