Munster Rugby have confirmed that Ireland international Andrew Conway has signed a new three-year contract extension with the Pro 14 club.
Conway, who could both play at wing and fullback made his professional rugby debut with Leinster in 2010 but switched to rivals Munster in 2013 and has racked up 124 appearances for the province since then and is third in the list of leading try-scorer for the club with 42 touchdowns.
The 28-year-old made his international debut for Ireland in March 2017 and has featured in 20 Tests including three games in the recently concluded World Cup campaign in Japan last year.
Apart from Conway, Billy Holland and Jeremy Loughman have also penned new deals with the club.
Holland has been with Munster since 2007 and is the senior most member in the squad with 226 appearances till date. He has signed a one-year deal with the club while Loughman has penned a two-year contract.
“Retaining the services of Andrew, Billy and Jeremy is again great news for Munster Rugby and for our plans for the future," said head coach Johann van Graan.
“They are a quality trio that all add huge value to our squad with their own individual skill-sets and experience. It is another huge boost for the province.”