Fury extends Newcastle Falcons contract

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons have announced that Welshman Warren Fury will remain at the club for the foreseeable future after putting pen to paper on a new contract extension.

The Wales international scrum half has signed a two year deal that will see him turn out for the Kingston Park outfit till the end of the 2016 season. Fury had signed a new one year contract with the club after it secured promotion to the Aviva Premiership last summer, making 16 appearances this term in the top flight and this new contract is seen as a reward for his performances for the club.

With the new contract signed by Fury, the presence of Mike Blair and the signing of Ruki Tipuna from Bristol Rugby, the Falcons will have three top quality players vying for the number nine shirt when the new season kicks off in August.

And speaking about his extension with the Newcastle Falcons, Fury stated that there is a brilliant new culture and environment being created at the club under the leadership of Director of Rugby Dean Richards and he is really proud to be given a chance and be a part of it.

Richards also spoke about Fury signing the new contract and the Newcastle boss stated that he is a player who always gives it his all when he steps on to the pitch and his tenacity is a quality that all players should have.

Dean Richards went on to add that Warren Fury is a great character, both on the pitch and off it and he is really pleased that he has decided to pledge his future to the Newcastle Falcons and hopes the club will benefit from having a fixed group of players for a long time as well.