Joey Carbery Commits His Long-Term Future To Munster
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Munster Rugby and the IRFU have today confirmed that outhalf Joey Carbery has signed a two-year contract extension that will see him remain with the province until at least June 2022.
The 23-year-old playmaker joined Munster on a two-year deal last summer and after settling in from the off now puts pen to paper for a further two years with the province.
Scoring 143 points in 13 appearances, the youngster is the Champions Cup top-scorer so far this season with 68 points in the pool stages and he also leads the way in the Guinness PRO14’s Golden Boot standings with an 87% success rate off the tee.
Head coach Johann van Graan has also boosted his scrumhalf options ahead of the World Cup period with New Zealander Alby Mathewson signing a further contract extension with the province that will see him stay until the end of November.