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Scotland duo Seymour and Swinson extend Glasgow contracts
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Scotland duo Seymour and Swinson extend Glasgow contracts

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Glasgow Warriors have tied the Pro12's leading try scorer Tommy Seymour and fellow Scotland international Tim Swinson down to new deals.
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Scotland internationals Tommy Seymour and Tim Swinson have signed contract extensions with Pro12 side Glasgow Warriors.

Seymour has agreed a new two-year deal that ties him to the club until May 2019, while Swinson's contract now runs through to 2020.

The pair have a combined 55 caps for Scotland, while Seymour tops the Pro12 try-scoring charts this season having touched down eight times.

"The club has really built a big name for itself since I've been here and it's something I'm keen to remain a part of," Seymour told the club's official website.

"With the change of coaching staff next season [Dave Rennie taking over from Gregor Townsesnd] it offers an exciting opportunity to carry on that development and really continue growing with the club.

"Dave Rennie is regarded as one of the best coaches in the world and we're all really looking forward to working with him next season."


Swinson added: "This is my second three-year contract with the Warriors and I've signed for that length of time because it's a great club to be at and there is a good buzz around the place."

Glasgow sit fourth in the Pro12 and sit second, three points behind Munster,Β in European Champions Cup Pool 1.

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