Wolves duo agree deals

Westwood and Harrison pen two-year extensions

Last Updated: 14/10/10 8:58am

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Westwood: Two-year deal

Westwood: Two-year deal

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Warrington's England forwards Ben Westwood and Ben Harrison have signed two-year contract extensions at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

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Westwood's new deal will keep him in the North West until November 2013 while Harrison is committed until November 2014.

Both players are currently in Auckland with England's Four Nations squad at the end of a successful domestic season in which they missed just six matches between them as Warrington successfully defended the Challenge Cup and finished a best-ever third in Super League.

Former Wakefield centre Westwood, 29, the Wolves' player of the year, said: "I am delighted to have signed an extension.

"The club is certainly going in the right direction. We've won two trophies now and I'd love to win some more.

"I'm happy at the club and have made it my new home having been here eight years now so I'm looking forward to reaching the 10-year milestone."

Harrison, 22, said: "I'm delighted to have secured my future and want to be part of the successful future that the club's going to have.

"It's the only club I've been at and I don't want to be anywhere else."

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