Promising Quins duo pen new deals
September 12, 2012
Kyle Sinckler has penned a new deal at Harlequins © PA Photos
Two of Harlequins' promising young props have penned new deals with the Aviva Premiership champions.
Will Collier and Kyle Sinckler have both signed contract extensions that will keep them at the Stoop until the end of the 2014-15 season. The pair have both represented England at Under-20 level and head coach John Kingston is looking forward to watching the duo develop.
"I am absolutely delighted that Will and Kyle have re-signed," Kingston said. "Both have already had exposure in the first XV and I have no doubt that over the coming seasons both players will make a great impact in the Premiership.
"Their development through the club's academy is once again proof of Harlequins' considerable ability to nurture young English talent."
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