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New deals for Wolves trio


WARRINGTON Wolves have confirmed that forwards Ben Currie, Jason Clark and Matt Davis have all signed contract extensions.

Currie, 26, came through the club’s youth system and has made 180 appearances since his debut in 2012. The England international is now contract until November 2023.

He said: “I’m very happy to have signed a new deal with the club. I joined in 2011 and debuted in 2012 so I’m delighted to be able to commit my long-term future to Warrington.

“I’m one of the senior boys now and really feel like I’ve developed and matured as a player during my time here. For the next step of my career I want to kick on and become a leader for this team and hopefully lead us towards some silverware.”

Australian Clark has agreed to a third season in the primrose and blue with a one-year contract extension, which will see him reunited with former South Sydney Rabbitohs team-mate and new Wolves signing Greg Inglis.

He said: “It’s awesome to have signed a new deal with the club. Warrington is home for myself and my family now and we’re very settled here.

“Next year we want to be consistent, competing each week and working towards being in those two finals towards the end of the year. It’s exciting times ahead.”

A signing from London in 2019, Davis has signed a two-year extension keeping him at the club until November 2022.

Coach Steve Price said: “I’m delighted that all three players have agreed new deals with the club.

“It’s fantastic to have Ben Currie re-signed for a further three years. I thought he had a really strong season this year and he’s only going to get better. I see Ben capable of being a future leader of our club going forward and driving high standards.”

Jason Clark is the ultimate professional and a team-first person. We are all very appreciative of all the little things he does for this team and I’m excited to work with him again next season.

Matty Davis has really earnt his stripes since making the step up to Super League. He sets himself really high standards, does all the little things right and I’m Iooking forward to Matty growing his game.”


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