Ireland centre Bundee Aki has signed a new three-year deal at Connacht keeping him in Galway through to the 2022/23 season.
The 29-year-old has been with Connacht since 2014, making his international debut in 2017.
It was never in doubt where I wanted to be. I am truly grateful for the opportunity I have been given to represent both @connachtrugby & @IrishRugby and am delighted to extend my IRFU contract excited. Thank you for all the support #ShouldertoShoulder #grassrootstogreenshirts pic.twitter.com/lbl98EhJSo— Bundee Aki (@bundeeaki12) November 29, 2019
He was part of the Ireland side that won the Grand Slam the following year and started every game of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations.
He said: “I am grateful for the opportunity I have been given to represent both Connacht and Ireland and am delighted to extend my IRFU contract.
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“The whole of Connacht have been incredibly supportive of both me and my family and the Ireland supporters have been fantastic from the very first day I was selected for the national squad.
“Connacht has become home to me and my family and I want to play my part in helping Connacht achieve their ambitious plans in the years to come.”