Glasgow announced an extension to scrum-half Sean Kennedy’s contract on Tuesday, for an undisclosed length of time.
Kennedy, 30, has built upon an impressive run of form this season and is now likely to see out his top-level playing days at Scotstoun.
Happy every day
Also a Scotland sevens international, he has made 12 appearances this season, scoring a try in the United Rugby Championship against the Dragons in December.
“I’m happy to be staying with the club,” Kennedy told Glasgow’s website.
“I enjoy coming to work everyday – it’s a great club with great people.
“There’s a strong group of scrum-halves at the club and it’s great to compete against them every week for the jersey. Despite being a more senior player, I learn new things every day and I have a great time doing it.
The club feels like we’re building towards something and I’m looking forward to continuing to be a part of it.”
Kennedy first played for Glasgow as a loan player seven years ago, since which he has had spells at Edinburgh and London Irish, but he has impressed head coach Danny Wilson since his return.
“Sean is an integral part of our squad,” said Wilson.
“He’s an extremely good professional who’s played well for us when he’s had his opportunity.
“He’s a popular member of the playing group, and we’re looking forward to continuing to work with him in the seasons ahead.”
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