Trio extend NZ contracts

Hore, Boric and Thomson pen fresh All Black deals

Last Updated: 29/07/08 5:02pm

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Hore: New deal

Hore: New deal

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All Blacks Andrew Hore, Anthony Boric and Adam Thomson have all extended their contracts with the New Zealand Rugby Union.

Hore has re-signed until the end of the 2011 season while Boric and Thomson will stay with New Zealand rugby until 2010.

"We are glad to have secured Andrew's experience and leadership and to see commitments from developing talents such as Anthony and Adam," NZRU's general manager of professional rugby Neil Sorensen said.

"It's a credit to the work of all the provinces and academies that we continue to produce quality players and that they want to play their rugby in New Zealand."

Hurricanes hooker Hore, 30, made his All Blacks debut in 2002 and has earned 31 test caps in total.

Boric, a lock, and flanker Thomson made their international debuts this season.

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