James Lowe has confirmed he will be staying at Leinster for at least three more years after signing a new deal with the province. The new contract will take Lowe - who will qualify to play for Ireland this November - to the brink of the 2023 World Cup.
Leinster announced that Lowe was part of the 28 new contracts they agreed last week but it was the winger who confirmed the length of the deal, tweeting the news this morning.
Excited to be staying in Dublin for another 3 years! @leinsterrugby
— James Lowe (@JamesLowe_03) June 29, 2020
Lowe first joined Leinster in 2017 and is one of the last players to qualify to play internationally under the old three year residency rule which has since been changed by World Rugby to five years.