Huw Jones signs new two-year contract with Glasgow Warriors

Huw Jones has made 67 appearances for Glasgow scoring 20 tries
Huw Jones has made 67 appearances for Glasgow scoring 20 tries

Glasgow Warriors have confirmed that Scotland international Huw Jones has signed a new two-year contract with the club.

He now follows the likes of Scott Cummings, Jamie Bhatti and Johnny Matthews, Gregor Hiddleston, Angus Fraser and Nathan McBeth in committing their future with the club in recent times.

The 30-year-old started his career with Western Province and Stormers before initially joining the Warriors in 2017. He had a brief stint with Harlequins before returning to Glasgow in 2022 and overall has made 67 appearances for them scoring 20 tries.

Jones also has been capped 46 times for Scotland since his international debut in 2016 and finished as joint-top try-scorer in the 2023 Guinness Six Nations with four touchdowns.

“When it came down to it, it was a really easy decision to be honest,” Jones told

“We’ve got a really good thing going here in Glasgow, and we fully believe that we’re on our way to becoming one of the top teams in Europe – we’re going strongly in the league and in the knockout stages in the Champions Cup, and we’ve got a playing group that is constantly improving. That’s an environment that I really want to be a part of going forward.

“I believe we can win silverware and it’s up to us as a squad to make that happen. It’s a really exciting time to be a Glasgow Warrior.”

Glasgow are at second place in the United Rugby Championship table with seven wins from 10 matches.