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Tom Tainton writes

Posted Thursday, December 27th 2018

Steven Luatua agrees two-year extension

Steven Luatua has committed his future to Bristol Bears, the club is delighted to reveal.

The 27 year-old pens a two-year deal to remain at Ashton Gate Stadium until 2021.

A firm fan’s favourite, Luatua has made 23 appearances for the club since his arrival in 2017.

“Steve [Luatua] is a pivotal character for us, on and off the field. His influence around the training ground and his performances on the field have earned him the respect of players, staff and supporters,” said head coach Pat Lam.

"Steve has been one of the most consistent performers across the Gallagher Premiership and he’s been key in driving Bristol Bears forward with the development of our game."

Head coach Pat Lam

“Steve has been one of the most consistent performers across the Gallagher Premiership and he’s been key in driving Bristol Bears forward with the development of our game.

“Securing his commitment at this early stage underlines the belief that we have within the club about what we can achieve. We’re looking forward to seeing Steve continue to drive our progress towards our vision.”

Luatua leads the team out as Ashton Gate (JMPUK).

With fifteen All Blacks caps to his name, Luatua remains one of the most explosive back rowers in Europe.

He added: “It’s a privilege to commit my future to Bristol Bears – it’s an environment that is getting the best of out of me. I’m enjoying working with Pat [Lam] and the quality players we have here.

“There is huge ambition at the club to keep progressing and getting better, I’m excited to be a part of that. It was an easy decision for me and my family – Bristol is a place that I feel a close affinity to.”

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