Posted: 24 November, 2016
by Triple M NRL
Sharks Signing Spree Continues
Luke Lewis of the Sharks Photo: Getty Images
Luke Lewis has agreed to a one-year contract extension, which will keep the veteran NRL back-rower at Cronulla until the end of 2017.
Lewis reportedly attracted interest from South Sydney but has elected to stay put in the Shire in what shapes as his 17th and final season in the top flight. Read the full statement below.
Sharks Official Statement
Clive Churchill Medallist Luke Lewis has officially re-signed with the Cronulla Sharks for the 2017 NRL season.
The Club met with Lewis early Thursday morning where the international put pen to paper on the new one-year deal.
Luke Lewis has been an asset to the Sharks since signing with the Club in 2013.
The utility brings with him over a decade of NRL experience, having played across every position in first grade.
Since signing with Cronulla Sharks, Lewis has played 76 games and crashed over 23 times for the Club.
Over the course of his career, Lewis has racked up an impressive amount of representative Rugby League experience, playing for New South Wales 17 times and the green and gold of Australia on 18 occasions.
The signing is great news for Cronulla Sharks
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