Curry extends contract with Sharks
Ben, who will be 21 next June, first appeared for the Sharks in November 2016 against Wasps in the Anglo Welsh Cup, and was a member of England’s touring party in Argentina the following year.
He captained the England Under-20 team in the Junior World Cup in France.
“We have a great group of lads here, and there’s a very positive environment at the club. We’re making good signings, and I’m excited to be part of the future at Sale Sharks,” said Curry.
Director of Rugby Steve Diamond added: “Ben is a fantastic player and I have no doubt he will continue to get even better and fulfil his ambition of becoming an England international. He is a brilliant product of our Academy and at 20 years of age is a member of our senior player group.”
RE-SINGING | @BenCurry98 commits his future to the North West!
The flanker has re signed with #YourSharks until 2023!
— Sale Sharks🦈 (@SaleSharksRugby) December 27, 2018
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