Morgan extends Gloucester stay

England full-back agrees terms on two-year deal

Last Updated: 01/02/10 11:40am

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Morgan: Easy decision

Morgan: Easy decision

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Olly Morgan has signed a two-year contract extension with Gloucester.

The England full-back's decision makes him the 11th Gloucester player to have recently agreed fresh terms with the Guinness Premiership club.

Morgan follows the likes of Luke Narraway, Alasdair Strokosch, Akapusi Qera and Nick Wood in committing themselves to Kingsholm.

The 24-year-old joined Gloucester from Millfield School in 2004 and made his Test debut against Scotland during the Six Nations Championship three years later

"It's good to have things sorted and to be able to concentrate fully on playing for Gloucester," Morgan said.

"I've been here all my career, and once we sat down and talked things through it was an easy decision to sign."

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