Brumbies and Rugby Australia have announced that lock Cadeyrn Neville has signed a new contract until the end of 2023.
The 33-year-old joined Brumbies in 2020 and had represented Rebels, Reds, Melbourne Rising, Brisbane City and Toyota Industries Shuttles in the past.
He was also part of the training squad of Australia earlier in the year.
"My time at the Brumbies has been one of the best chapters of my career and life with some excellent people so I'm keen to continue that while I can," he told the club's official website.
"I would still love to play for Wallabies but particular at this time of the year 100% of my focus is on what I can do to help win games and hopefully finals for the Brumbies."
Brumbies head coach Dan McKellar is pleased with Neville extending his stay at the club.
"It’s great for the Brumbies to have Cadeyrn locked in for next year.”
"He’s had some bad luck with injuries at times but when fit, he’s been one of our best since 2020 and with his experience, he’s invaluable to our locks who are still honing their craft.
“Cadeyrn’s contribution around the environment, in team meetings and just his professionalism is something people don’t see and has a tremendous impact on the group.”