Bruno signs new deal with Sharks
January 9, 2008
Sale Sharks are delighted to announce that Hooker Sebastien Bruno has signed a new two year deal to stay at the club.
Bruno was one of Philippe Saint Andre's first signings in 2004 and after joining Sale Sharks Bruno became first choice Hooker for France.
Bruno was a member of the Sharks side that topped the Guinness Premiership and won the Championship in 2006 and was also a member of the side that beat Pau in the European Challenge Cup Final in 2005.
Commenting on Bruno signing a new deal, Director of Rugby Philippe Saint Andre said, "Sebastien is one of the most consistent players in my team.
He always gives 100% and never takes a backward step. He is very settled living in the Manchester area and is looking to finish his career playing for us, it's great news for the club."
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