Titterrell extends Leeds stay

Former England forward handed two-year deal

Last Updated: 14/05/10 7:15am

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Titterrell: Secure future

Titterrell: Secure future

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Andy Titterrell has signed an extension to his contract that will see him remain at Leeds Carnegie for a further two years.

The former Sale and Gloucester forward joined the Headingley club on a short-term contract in December, which was then extended until the end of the season.

"Andy has been a true professional since the moment he stepped through the door at our training ground," said Leeds head coach Neil Back.

"He is someone who takes a great deal of pride in his own fitness and work ethic, and he has fitted in well to our squad."

Titterrell added: "The way I left Gloucester last summer left me questioning whether I wanted to continue as a professional player.

"But Leeds Carnegie have given me back that excitement and buzz, and it is great to get a two-year deal."

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