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Harlequins have announced that flying full-back Tyrone Green has put pen to paper on a new long-term contract at the Premiership champions.
The 23-year-old, who has been an outstanding acquisition since touching down from South Africa ahead of last season, has played 35 times for Harlequins to date.
Taking over the number 15 jersey from Mike Brown, Green has stepped up and relished Harlequins’ brand of fast-paced rugby and is a fan favourite at The Stoop.
“I’m very happy to re-sign with Quins. I’ve loved playing here in this jersey and it was fantastic to go all the way and lift the trophy during my first season here,” he said.
“I joined Harlequins because they are famous for playing the kind of attacking, fearless rugby that I like to be involved in. It plays to my strengths as a player and means that I love taking to the field and training every day.
“It’s fantastic to re-sign. I’m looking forward to continuing on the journey with this team and we hope to keep building and winning.”
Harlequins senior coach Tabai Matson said: “It’s great that Tyrone has signed a new deal to remain with the club. He’s a truly fantastic competitor with some of the most dangerous footwork and attacking instincts in the league.
“We are a team that prides ourselves on our ability to play some great rugby, and Tyrone is one of the best examples of playing the Harlequins Way.”
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