Ryan Bevington signs new Ospreys contract
March 4, 2014
Ospreys prop Ryan Bevington has 13 Wales caps © Getty Images
Ospreys prop Ryan Bevington has signed a new two-year contract, keeping him at the club until 2016.
Bevington, who has 13 Wales caps, made his Ospreys debut in 2008. He becomes the eighth player to commit his future to the region since the turn of the year.
Bevington said: "I've been an Osprey since I was 15, this is my home and where I was born and bred so I'm happy to be here. I want to play for the Ospreys for as long as I can."
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