Harlequins Rugby Union: Brown pens new Quins deal

Harlequins signed new deal Mike Brown

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Harlequins have been boosted by the news full-back Mike Brown has committed his future by penning a new deal with the club.

Brown, who has come through the Academy ranks at Quins, has ended all the speculation over his future by signing a deal to keep him at the club until the end of the 2015/16 season.

The 27-year-old has scored 67 tries in 207 appearances since making his first-team debut in 2005 and won the Player of the Year award when Harlequins won the Aviva Premiership title in 2011/12.

Brown also has 18 England caps to his name and Harlequins Director of Rugby Conor O’Shea is delighted to have secured his future.

“If there is a person that embodies what it means to compete for his club it is Mike,” O’Shea revealed. “He gives 100% in everything he does and over the past couple of seasons he has received the recognition he deserves.

“The great thing about Mike is that no matter what he achieves he just becomes hungrier and hungrier for more and that it is what you want from your players. I have no doubt that over the coming years we will see the best of Mike in both a Harlequins and England jersey.”

Meanwhile, Brown is also delighted to have signed and is predicting an exciting new era for the club.

“I am excited to have re-signed for Harlequins,” he added. “I love playing my rugby here with this squad and team of coaches, who are all committed to improving our game and winning more trophies.

“There is so much potential and talent at Harlequins to challenge in all competitions and I want to continue to be a part of that.”

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