Winger Rhys Williams has agreed a new two-year deal until November 2014 with Warrington.

Last Updated: 21/11/12 6:04pm

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Rhys Williams tackles David Holdsworth whilst with Crusaders

Rhys Williams tackles David Holdsworth whilst with Crusaders

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Winger Rhys Williams has agreed a new two-year deal until November 2014 with Warrington.

Youngster Gene Ormsby and England academy back rower or prop Gavin Bennion have also agreed three-year deals with the Challenge Cup winners and Super League runners-up.

Wales international Williams, 22, made his first team debut in 2010 against Crusaders and spent the early stages of 2011 on loan at the now-defunct Welsh club.

He made 11 Super League appearances for the Wolves in 2011 and scored 10 tries in 12 internationals for Wales making him the second highest try-scorer for his country.

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