Lewis Tierney: Wigan Warriors full-back agrees new contract

Lewis Tierney
Lewis Tierney has five tries in his 14 appearances this season

Wigan Warriors full-back Lewis Tierney has signed a new three-year deal with the Super League side until 2019.

The 21-year-old, who has also played on the wing, has progressed through Wigan's youth system.

Tierney is the son of former England dual-code international Jason Robinson, who also played for the Warriors.

"It is a huge achievement for me to agree this contract extension and I'm very happy to be staying at my hometown club," said Tierney.

His new deal also includes the option of a further year.

"Lewis is a good young Wigan kid who knows what it means to play for this great club," added head coach Shaun Wane.

"He has improved a greatly in the last few years and it excites me that there is still a lot more improvement to come."

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