Exciting 10-12 David Hawkshaw has signed a new two-year deal, keeping him at Connacht until the end of the 2024/25 season.
 
Hawkshaw joined from Leinster last summer and has made a major impact in his first season, scoring three tries in 11 appearances.
 
He also captained the Ireland U20s to a Grand Slam in the 2019 Six Nations, playing alongside now team-mates Niall Murray and Dylan Tierney-Martin.
 
David Hawkshaw said:
 
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here and I want to thank all the coaches for giving me that opportunity. I’m looking forward to the years ahead and hope to help the club go from strength to strength in any possible way.”
 
Andy Friend said:
 
“David is a great example of a player who was brave enough to move West and is now making every post a winner. He’s had a huge impact both on & off the field and gives us further options at both fly-half and inside-centre. I’m really excited that he’s chosen to extend his tenure at the Club and I know that his best rugby is ahead of him.”

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