Rasmussen signs new deal with Worcester
March 7, 2007
Worcester centre Dale Rasmussen has agreed a new three-year deal which will keep him at Sixways until 2010.
Rasmussen joined Warriors from Exeter Chiefs in the summer of 2004 and made his debut in the club's first-ever Premiership match against Newcastle.
The 29-year-old Samoa international has made 15 Guinness Premiership starts and four cup appearances this season.
Warriors director of rugby John Brain said: ``Dale has established himself as a key player in our team over the last three seasons. He is a consistent performer who is hugely respected by both his opponents and peers.''
Rasmussen added: ``I've thoroughly enjoyed my time at Sixways and I'm pleased to show my commitment to Warriors by pledging my future for another three years. I'm excited by the challenges ahead and the ambitious plans of this club.''
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