Thu 27 Dec 2018 | 11:15

Curry extends contract with Sharks

Curry extends contract with Sharks
Thu 27 Dec 2018 | 11:15
Curry extends contract with Sharks
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NEWS: Premiership club Sale Sharks announced that openside flank Ben Curry has signed a contract extension which will keep him in the North West until 2023.

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.”

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