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Rugby Union Betting: Toby Faletau extends contract with Newport Gwent Dragons
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 11 August 2013 10:41
Rugby union betting fans learned that Toby Faletau, Newport Gwent Dragons No 8, signed a new two-year deal with the club.
The player, who is very well known with price per head services for his great talent and rugby odds, will stay until May 2016 at Rodney Parade.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Faletau featured 26 times for Wales, and he goes back to south Wales following a successful Lions tour to Australia with great rugby odds, and was very happy to stay with the region.
“I’m pleased to have committed to the Dragons so early in the season; this will help me to concentrate on my on-field performance and the challenges ahead this season,” he told the club’s official website.
“It’s clear the Dragons are taking steps to develop the region and its team, with a number of new signings both on and off the field.”
Dragons Director of Rugby Lyn Jones and rugby union betting fans everywhere that follow the player were also very pleased to learn that Tongan-born Faletau made the decision to stay.
“Toby has made a good decision early on in the season, putting an end to all the speculation surrounding his future,” he said.
Many rugby union betting fans believe that the player made the perfect choice to continue playing with the Dragons, and are confident that he’ll continue to be a great asset to the club.
“Throughout discussions with Toby I have been extremely impressed with his drive and motivation not only on a personal level but in his commitment to developing the Dragons into the best team in Wales.
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“I’m looking forward to working with Toby, helping him to be the best he can be, not only for the Dragons but for Wales.”
Rugby union betting fans and price per head services that follow Faletau would like to see how he continues to perform in the sport, and were very pleased to learn that he extended his contract with the Dragons.