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Giteau signs on for two more years with Toulon


Matt Giteau has signed a two-year extension

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Article Published: Friday 26 October 2012


Former Wallaby flyhalf Matt Giteau has signed a two-year extension to his contract with big-spending French Top 14 side Toulon.

Giteau now plays his game more at centre alongside England's Rugby World Cup winning flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson with Toulon.

The 30-year-old Giteau, who arrived in the summer of 2011, joined French international Alexis Palisson, who has signed for an additional three years, in putting pen to paper.

Toulon currently lead the Top 14 and face Bayonne on Saturday.

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