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Michael Heaney to remain with Ulster for season

Updated: Wednesday, 03 Oct 2012 17:27

Michael Heaney (right) is to remain with Ulster for the season
Michael Heaney (right) is to remain with Ulster for the season

Ulster Rugby today announced that scumhalf Michael Heaney has signed a new contract that will keep him at the province until the end of the season.

A graduate of the Phoenix Ulster Academy, the 21-year-old rejoined Ulster from Doncaster Knights in the summer on an initial four-month contract.

Heaney has represented Ulster at all levels and made his senior debut for the province in a pre-season friendly away to Harlequins in August 2010.

He was a member of the Ireland-U20 squad that won the 2010 Six Nations Championship and also competed in the IRB Junior World Championships later that year.

Heaney said: “I am delighted to be extending my contract with Ulster.

"It was a great opportunity to have been given the initial four-month contract, and I am pleased that I will be able to stay, and to continue to represent my province.”

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