Hooker Schwalger extends stay with Chiefs

Last updated 07:46 31/05/2012

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Samoa's 2011 Rugby World Cup captain Mahonri Schwalger has re-signed with the Chiefs.

The hooker, who has played in three World Cups and captained Samoa in their historic win against the Wallabies last year, has signed on for a further two years with the current Super Rugby competition leaders.

Chiefs coach Dave Rennie said the 32-year-old Schwalger's experience, skill and leadership qualities are valuable to the franchise.

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