Harlequins RL three-quarter, Tony Clubb has signed a contract extension which will see the south-east Londoner stay with Quins RL at least until the end of the 2008 season.
Tony made 7 appearances for Quins RL last season, one of which included a hat-trick of tries in the club's home Cup tie against Toulouse.
Born in Gravesend, Tony became involved in rugby league through Greenwich Admirals, a club which developed when London Broncos were based at Charlton.
Of the new deal Tony commented: "I'm really happy to agree to another season. I just want to keep improving as a player and if I can do that, it will help the team. It was a thrill to make my debut last year and now I want to establish myself further. I love playing at this level."
Head coach Brian McDermott added: "He has come on in leaps and bounds as a player recently off the back of a very good pre-season."
He has impressed both the coaching staff and the players around him and that hard work has been rewarded with a new contract."
In other news, Harlequins RL is pleased to announce that it has this week surpassed the season ticket sales figure set last year.
The club's recently launched Refer-A-Friend incentive programme has edged season ticket sales past last year's figure with a week to go before Quins first home game of the season.
Harlequins RL v Salford City Reds, 6pm Saturday 17th February, Twickenham Stoop
Supporters can still purchase a 2007 Quins RL Season Ticket from just £99!
Fans can also book match tickets to the first home game from just £12 – 020 8410 6000