Low extends Glasgow stay
March 22, 2012
Moray Low is one of 16 players to re-sign with the Warriors © PA Photos
Scotland prop Moray Low has signed a two-year contract extension with Glasgow Warriors.
Low, who recently returned from ten weeks out with a knee injury, has made 111 appearances for the club after joining in 2006 and won 15 caps for Scotland. The prop is one of 16 players to commit his future to the Warriors in recent weeks while Angus McDonald and Tim Swinson will join the club next season.
"I've had six great years here, and the club is in my blood now," Low said. "I'm really excited about what the future holds - the strength in depth and quality of our squad is improving all the time, we're moving to a new stadium and our crowds are getting bigger.
"It's those sorts of things that really get a player's juices flowing, and made it a straightforward decision for me as to where I want to be going forward."
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