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Glasgow pair sign new deals
ESPN Staff
April 21, 2014

Backrow pair Ryan Wilson and James Eddie have signed new deals with Glasgow Warriors.

Wilson has signed a two-year extension while Eddie has agreed a new one year contract with the Pro12 club. They join fellow backrow players Rob Harley and Tyrone Holmes in agreeing new deals to keep them at Scotstoun.

Ryan Wilson said: "Playing for the Warriors has given me the opportunity to go on and play for Scotland and I'm really enjoying my rugby just now. There is a great atmosphere around the club and there is huge strength in depth within the squad.

James Eddie said: "Glasgow is my hometown club and I'm really happy to be staying. We've got a really competitive squad and my ambition is to win a major trophy with the Warriors.

"I love being part of the club and I'm very excited about the direction it's heading in."

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