Leicester Tigers quartet sign new deals
February 5, 2014
Miles Benjamin, David Mele, Adam Thompstone and Jordan Crane have agreed new contracts with Leicester Tigers.
"I'm happy those guys have re-signed, and that we can keep building," director of rugby Richard Cockerill told the BBC "We have a good squad and we would like to keep our continuity as best we can."
Crane, 27, is the longest-serving of the four, joining Leicester in 2006 and winning three England caps in that time.
The club have not announced the length of the new agreements.
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