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Moray Low on a high after new Exeter deal is agreed

Published 21/04/2016

Exeter head coach Rob Baxter has seen Chiefs prop Moray Low agree a new two-year contract
Exeter head coach Rob Baxter has seen Chiefs prop Moray Low agree a new two-year contract

Scotland international prop Moray Low has agreed a new contract with Aviva Premiership title challengers Exeter.

The Chiefs have confirmed a two-year deal for Low, who joined Exeter from Glasgow in 2014.

Low has won 32 caps, and he featured off the bench in three of Scotland's RBS 6 Nations games this season.

" I think Moray has done well for us in his first two seasons here, and is looking to be an improving player all the time," Exeter head coach Rob Baxter said.

"He has worked his way back into the Scotland squad, and the performances he has put in for us, his ability to play on both sides of the scrum, plus his desire to be considered as a player who can play on both sides, has all been great.

"I think he is a good player to have in the squad. He works extremely hard, he is very professional, he's an easy guy to coach and he enjoys being here."

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