May 03, 2019

Shaun Stevenson re-signs with Gallagher Chiefs

Gallagher Chiefs have announced today impressive outside back Shaun Stevenson has re-signed with the Gallagher Chiefs until 2023.

The 22 year old debuted for the Gallagher Chiefs in 2016 against the Crusaders, a year after his provincial debut. In 2017 he won the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens player of the tournament. Stevenson’s ability earned him selection in last year’s Maori All Blacks end of year tour on which he debuted.

Stevenson said he is pleased to be able to continue his journey with the Gallagher Chiefs.

“I am pleased to have re-signed with the Gallagher Chiefs. It is a great Club to be a part of. I play with a good group of guys and there is a great culture here. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else,” said Stevenson.

Gallagher Chiefs head coach Colin Cooper said Stevenson is a talented young player with plenty to offer the Gallagher Chiefs.

“At only 22 years of age he is the future for the Gallagher Chiefs. We expect he will deliver a number of good performances for our team in the years to come,” said Cooper.

Chiefs Rugby Club CEO Michael Collins said it is pleasing to retain another promising young player.

“Shaun is a talented utility back and is a promising player with plenty to offer the Gallagher Chiefs. It is great to see we are continuing to retain our talent. We have already announced a number of players who have re-signed with the team including Michael Allardice, Nathan Harris, Lachlan Boshier and Mitchell Brown, it is great to have Shaun joining this group.”

Shaun Stevenson re-signs with Gallagher Chiefs