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Scotland prop Moray Low to leave Glasgow for Exeter on two-year contract

Last Updated: 16/02/14 5:23pm

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Moray Low: Eight years at Glasgow

Moray Low: Eight years at Glasgow

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Exeter have agreed a deal to sign Glasgow prop Moray Low at the end of the season.

The Scotland international will move to the Premiership club on a two-year contract, ending his eight-year association with the Warriors.

Low's arrival this summer will help offset the departures of Exeter tightheads Hoani Tui and Craig Mitchell.

Coach Rob Baxter said: "It is obviously a very good signing for us as we are losing a couple of quality tightheads so replacement has been a big part of our recruitment.

"We want to be a very good Premiership club so we have to recruit players that we feel fit in with what we want to do here but who will also add things."

Low said: "I've really enjoyed my time at the Warriors and I'd like to thank everyone at the club for helping me develop as a player.

"I'm excited about this new challenge, but we still have some very important games, as we look to try and reach the play-offs once again."

Glasgow head coach Gregor Townsend said: "We'd like to thank Moray for everything he's done for the club over the past eight seasons and we wish him well for his next challenge at Exeter.

"He has always been committed to helping the team and is a popular figure within the squad. I know he will be determined to end the season and his time at the club on a high and we look forward to seeing him back in a Warriors jersey when he returns from international duty."

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