Munster's Damien Varley and Felix Jones sign new deals nutil 2014/2015 season

Last Updated: 15/02/13 10:32am

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Damien Varley: Part of the Munster side that beat Australia in 2010

Damien Varley: Part of the Munster side that beat Australia in 2010

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Munster have announced that Felix Jones and Damien Varley are the latest players to commit to the province.

Both have signed contracts that will see them at the Thomond Park outfit until the end of the 2014-2015 season.

Hooker Varley is set to win his 90th cap for Munster against the Scarlets on Saturday.

Varley, who has also been capped twice by Ireland, is in his second stint at the club after rejoining from London Wasps in 2009.

During his time at his current club he has scored 25 points and was part of the side that beat Australia in 2010.

Utility back Jones is currently sidelined after minor knee surgery and is expected to return in March.

Since joining from arch rivals Leinster in 2008, Jones has acquired 38 Munster caps and scored 25 points.

He has also gone onto represent Ireland on three occasions.

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